Technology for Manufacture of Dietetic Functional Basundi

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A. J. Gokhale
A. M. Patel
J. M. Mallik
H. G. Patel

Abstract

Dietetic functional Basundi was manufactured by employing low fat milk (1.5 per cent) with WPC and blend of stabilizer as fat replacer; Sucrose was replaced with intense sweetener sucralose and the bulk of sucrose was replaced with different combination of blend of polydextrose, maltodextrin and sorbitol as bulking ingredients. Replacement of sucrose with intense sweetener and combination of bulking ingredients did not affect compositional and physico-chemical attributes however a non-significant rise in 5’HMF content was observed with increase in ploydextrose content in the bulking ingredients’ blend. Viscosity followed the similar trend that was noted for 5’HMF. In sensory attributes body and texture and flavour score had significant impact of replacement of sucrose. Polydextrose in the blend when increased to more than 9.0 percent, it increased the body and texture and flavour score significantly, however such increase was non-significant for body and texture score, while flavour score decreased non-significantly. Overall acceptability score followed the similar trend observed for body and texture score. Polydextrose: Maltodextrin: Sorbitol in the proportion of 12:01:03 was considered best because of creamier body with polydextrose and sorbitol being more laxative at increased proportions. 

Keywords:
Basundi, sucralose, polydextrose, sorbitol, WPC, sodium alginate, carrageenan, dietetic.

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Gokhale, A. J., Patel, A. M., Mallik, J. M., & Patel, H. G. (2020). Technology for Manufacture of Dietetic Functional Basundi. International Research Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 21(19), 13-20. https://doi.org/10.9734/irjpac/2020/v21i1930273
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