# 콩가루 제조방법과 당의 종류와 양이 콩다식의 품질에 미치는 영향

• 정순애 (한양대학교 생활과학대학) ;
• 조신호 (부천전문대학 식품영양과) ;
• 이효지 (한양대학교 생활과학대학)
• Published : 1997.08.01

#### Abstract

Soybean Da-sik was prepared with various soybean powder processing methods (roasting, steaming, and steaming followed by roasting) and sugar types (honey, oligo-sugar), and their sensory and physical characteristics were evaluated to determine the optimum preparation method. The results were as follows: 1. For Sample 1 (roasting soybeans for 30 min at 150$^{\circ}C$ and grinding), the best appearance of Da-sik was obtained when the content of honey was adjusted to 35 g, and the color with 30 g of oligo-sugar by sensory evaluation. The optimum texture was obtained with 40 g of honey, and the optimum chewiness with 30 g of honey Overall, the optimum quality was obtained with 35 g of honey, and oligo-sugar seemed to have less influence on the quality. In case of Sample 2 (four rounds of steaming and drying for 35 min), 40 g of oligo-sugar was found to exhibit the best quality, and honey was less effective. For Sample 3 (three rounds of drying followed by 15 min roasting at 150$^{\circ}C$), the best appearance and color were obtained with 35 g and 40 g of honey, respectively. The texture was most favorable with 40 g of honey, while the chewiness was best with 30 g of honey, suggesting 35 g of honey was the optimum level for Sample 3 soybean powder than oligo-sugar. 2. The springiness, gumminess, hardness and chewiness measured by a texture analyser were highest with Sample 1 containing 30 g of honey, and the cohesiveness with 40 g of honey. 3. For color, the best brightness and yellowness were obtained with Sample 1 with 30 g of honey. The redness was highest with Sample 3 with 40 g of honey. Overall, the desirable recipe for soybean Da-sik was 35 g of honey for Sample 1 and Sample 3, and 40 g of oligo-sugar for Sample 2.