Development of the recipe of pasta with pumpkin flour
The object of research is the production technology of pasta with pumpkin flour. The problem of enriching pasta with pumpkin flour was solved.
In the studies, different replacement of semi-grain with pumpkin flour was studied according to the following scheme: 0%, 2.5%, 5.0%, 7.5%, 10.0%, 12.5%, 15.0%. The formation of boiling coefficients, consumer smell and taste, the level of pumpkin smell and taste, and the sweet taste of pasta were studied. As a result of the conducted research, it was established that the use of pumpkin flour had the greatest effect on the sensory indicators of the quality of pasta. The coefficient of boiling by mass and volume did not change reliably. It was established that the smell and taste of pumpkin in pasta was absent only when 2.5% of pumpkin flour was added. The use of 5.0–7.5% pumpkin flour did not change the sensory evaluation of pasta in comparison with the control variant. The sweet taste of pasta was absent when 2.5–5.0% pumpkin flour was added. It has been proven that pumpkin flour is characterized by specific sensory indicators. It is obvious that adding it to pasta will affect their organoleptic indicators. At the same time, the greater the amount of pumpkin flour in the pasta recipe, the higher the level of manifestation of the smell and taste of pumpkin. In pasta technology, it is optimal to add 5.0–7.5% pumpkin flour.
A distinctive feature of the obtained research results is that it is optimal to add 5.0–7.5% of pumpkin flour in pasta technology. With this amount of pumpkin flour, the smell and taste of pasta is 8.2–8.9 points, the boiling factor by mass is 2.20–2.21, and by volume – 1.71–1.81.
The developed recommendations can be used by enterprises with low productivity during the production of pasta products
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