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Optimization of whey protein concentrate and sodium chloride concentrations and cooking temperature of sous vide cooked whole-muscle beef from Argentina

Szerman, N ; Gonzalez, C B ; Sancho, A M ; Grigioni, G ; Carduza, F ; Vaudagna, S R

Meat science, July 2008, Vol.79(3), pp.557-67 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Optimization of whey protein concentrate and sodium chloride concentrations and cooking temperature of sous vide cooked whole-muscle beef from Argentina
  • Autor: Szerman, N ; Gonzalez, C B ; Sancho, A M ; Grigioni, G ; Carduza, F ; Vaudagna, S R
  • Assuntos: Beef -- Analysis ; Sodium Chloride -- Analysis ; Milk Proteins -- Analysis
  • É parte de: Meat science, July 2008, Vol.79(3), pp.557-67
  • Descrição: Response surface methodology was used to optimize the effect of cooking temperature (CT: 65-75°C) and the incorporation of whey protein concentrate (WPC: 0-3.5%) and sodium chloride (NaCl: 0-2.5%) on technological, physical and sensory characteristics of cooked whole-muscle beef. Post-injection weight loss diminished when NaCl concentration increased. Moreover, the increment of both additives produced a reduction of cooking loss. An opposite effect was observed with the increment of CT. As it was expected, a total yield improvement was achieved by increasing both ingredients and diminishing CT. Equivalent yields are achieved complementing both ingredients, meaning that if one ingredient concentration is reduced the other has to be increased. Shear force values were not affected by the studied factors. Instead, lightness was reduced by their increment. At 65°C, injected muscles had lower flavour and odour scores than control. At all CT analyzed, the incorporated brines improved juiciness...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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