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Dough rheology and baked product texture

Dough rheology and baked product texture

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Published by Van Nostrand Reinhold in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dough -- Mechanical properties,
  • Baked products -- Texture

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Hamed A. Faridi, Jon M. Faubion.
    ContributionsFaridi, Hamed., Faubion, Jon M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX560.D68 D68 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 605 p. :
    Number of Pages605
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2187463M
    ISBN 100442317964
    LC Control Number89005594

    The result is the formation of larger and insoluble gluten polymers that affect not only the biochemical characteristics of the dough, but also its rheological properties [ 24 ]. A decrease in loaf volume is caused by the combination of reduced yeast activity and altered dough rheology [ 15 ]. Accordingly, the application of rheological concepts to explain the behavior of dough seems a natural requirement of research on the interrelationships among flour constituents, added ingredients, process parameters, and the required characteristics of the final baked product. The result is improved texture of the baked food through its entire shelf life. The key reason for the ban is the presence of a reaction product, semicarbazide, which is present in bread crumb and crust, posing a health risk. For some doughs you want to do this

    Glucose-oxidase EC 1. The optimal dosage is between 0. The sodium salts hydrate more rapidly than the calcium salts, giving SSL and CSL different functionalities in short baking processes [ 9 ]. Texturants can also improve microwaveability, decrease glycemic index by reducing carbohydrate content, add fiber, replace eggs or fat, and improve texture of gluten-free products. Oxidants improve stability and elasticity of the dough, which becomes stronger, increasing oven rise, and making crumb grain finer. Polysorbates are added as dough strengtheners to improve baking performance.

    Nevertheless, high dosages of glucose-oxidase produce excessive stiffness of the dough reducing machinability, and must be avoided [ 19 ]. Propionates The sodium, potassium and calcium salts of propionic acid are used as bread preservatives in many countries. Its higher activity is observed at starch gelatinization temperatures during the baking stage, which is enough for the hydrolysis of glycosidic bonds in gelatinized starch by this enzyme. Texturants can also improve microwaveability, decrease glycemic index by reducing carbohydrate content, add fiber, replace eggs or fat, and improve texture of gluten-free products. They stabilize the dough during late proofing and early stages of baking, when there are great stresses on the inflating cells.


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Dough rheology and baked product texture book

My suggestion would be to make smaller batches more often instead of making one large batch and freezing This fact explains why it is necessary to have damaged starch to be hydrolyzed by this enzyme: it is a more easily degradable substrate than native starch granules. This effect is known as anti-staling [ 18 ].

Thus, due to these interactions, crumb structure and texture are positively influenced by the presence of gums [ 11 ]. Its activity is low in ungerminated wheat, providing high FN results. The resulting deformation may be simple, such as pure viscous flow or elastic deformation, and therefore easy to define precisely.

Starch lipids, mainly lysophospholipids, form complexes with amylose during gelatinization and have little importance for breadmaking [ 18 ]. He noted, too, that powdered lecithin is increasing in popularity for clean-label applications.

Under usual conditions encountered in baking, however, the rheological behavior is far from ideal; shear rates vary widely and sample size and dimensions are ill-defined. The use of oxidizing agents depends on legislation, flour quality and production process.

However, care must be taken to avoid excessive proteolysis in bread doughs, because weak gluten Dough rheology and baked product texture book generate undesirable coarse texture and low bread volume [ 20 ]. In doing so, they slow down retrogradation of the starch during cooling and subsequent storage [ 5 ].

It is applied in pan bread from 50 to ppm flour basis levels. However, at such concentrations, its effect against molds is limited. In the sponge process, it is usual to add small amounts of protease at the beginning of mixing, allowing its action on the gluten network during the sponge fermentation.

The products formed include mono- and diacylglycerol residues, which act as crumb softening emulsifiers in breadmaking. The factors that influence dispersibility properties during dough mixing are a balance between particle size and hardness or melting point of the monoglyceride [ 6 ].

In the baking industry, hydrocolloids are very important as breadmaking improvers, because they enhance dough-handling properties, improve the quality of fresh bread, and extend the shelf-life of stored bread. Free moisture can pose problems and not just with water activity. About this book Introduction Cereal chemists are interested in rheology because the dough undergoes some type of deformation in every phase of the conversion of flour into baked products.

The extension of protease effects depends on the amount of enzyme added and on the period of time that it is allowed to work before its inactivation by oven temperatures or pH changes.

This function improves texture and mouthfeel. Their use results in loaves with greater volume and a fine and uniform crumb structure [ 10 ]. Volunteer possible in download dough rheology and baked stories. These act as dough strengthening emulsifiers, with dough stabilizing properties [ 18 ].

Optimized Gluten for Flatbread Extensible Gluten, Optimized for Flatbreads and other Sheeted Products Mature and consistent categories such as flatbreads, pizza crusts, and crackers are undergoing exciting innovation in response to the push for products that are clean label, made with whole grains, unique, and nutritious.

So, even if the potential risk of impurities in polysorbates is low, a responsible food manufacturer should be aware of these concerns. Keywords cereals food processing process engineering processing rheology transport Editors and affiliations. Their optimal dosage is 0. Enzymes in breadmaking Enzymes, also called biocatalysts, are proteins with special properties.

What is actually happening in the process? This effect also contributes to reduce bread firmness [ 18 ]. Both CMC and guar gum have proven to be beneficial in the formulation of gluten-free breads [ 2 ]. Glucose-oxidase EC 1. The monoglycerides marketed for bakery applications include plastic, hydrated, powdered and distilled monoglycerides [ 7 ].The dough surface of the wheat dough and the blend with 10% was classified as “normal”, however the blend with 20% and 30% produced “sticky” dough surface.

The presence of chickpea flour in dough affected bread quality in terms of volume, internal structure and sylvaindez.com by: Colour, flavour, dough rheology or oven rise: malt flours have a positive effect on the quality of bakery products.

Enzyme-active malt flours improve the processing properties of the dough, while colouring and flavouring malt flours and water-soluble malt extracts lend the products an attractive appearance.

Advances in Food Rheology and Its Applications presents the latest advances in the measurement and application of food rheology, one of the most important tools for food companies when characterizing ingredients and final products, and a predictor of product performance and consumer acceptance.

Split into two main focuses, the book gives in-depth analysis of the general advances in the field. Cereal chemists are interested in rheology because the dough undergoes some type of deformation in every phase of the conversion of flour into baked products. During mixing, dough is subjected to extreme deformations, many that exceed the rupture limit; during fermentation, the deformations are much smaller and therefore exhibit a different set.

dough stability of HRW flour, while it improved the stability of SW flour doughs. Macro and microstructure of baked products were significantly affected both bran type and addition level.

HRW bran added to HRW flour resulted in % decrease in loaf volume while SW bran added at. Our starches can influence dough rheology as well as improve machinability, texture and appearance of finished products.

Texturants allow different levels of dough expansion, developing crunchy to crispy textures in crackers, coated peanuts and extruded breakfast cereals.

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Advances in Food Rheology and Its Applications