Sensory and Physical Characteristics of Bam-dduk Prepared with Different Ratio of the Ingredients

재료배합비를 달리한 밤떡의 관능적 및 물리적 특성

  • 김지영 (한양대학교 생활과학대학) ;
  • 차경희 (서울여자대학교 영양학과) ;
  • 이효지 (한양대학교 생활과학대학)
  • Published : 1997.11.01


Various Bam-dduk were prepared by using two kinds of chestnut flour (dried chestnut, boiled chestnut), 2 types of sugar (sugar and honey), and 3 levels of sugar (10, 20, 30 g), and they were evaluated for sensory quality, texture, moisture, and color. The addition of 10∼15% of dried chestnut flour to glutinous rice flour increased the graininess, moistness, chewiness, and sweetness of Bam-dduk, and the addition of 30∼40% boiled chestnut flour increased the graininess, moistness, and sweetness, depending up on the types and levels of sugar. The use of 10% dried chestnut flour and 30 $m\ell$ of honey gave the highest value of springiness in Bam-dduk. Gumminess, hardness and chewiness were the highest with 15% dried chestnut flour and 20 g sugar. Cohesiveness was the strongest at 30% boiled chestnut flour and 10 $m\ell$ honey. Adhesiveness was most proper when 30 g sugar was added to 10% dried chestnut flour. The use of boiled chestnut flour gave higher moisture content in Bam-dduk (32.2∼41.3%) than the use of dried chestnut flour (29.6∼34.2%). The values of 'L' (67.43) and 'b' (18.07) were most intensive in Bam-ddfik prepared with 15% dried chestnut and 20 g sugar, and the replacement of 20 g sugar with 30 $m\ell$ of honey gave the highest 'a' value, 2.33.