The Total Acid, Free Amino Acids Contents and Sensory Characteristics of Demi-glace Sauce based on Omija added Quantity

오미자 첨가량에 따른 Demi-glace 소스의 총산과 아미노산 함량 및 관능적 특성

  • Kim, Hyun-Duk (Division of Hotel Food Service & Culinary, Sungduk College)
  • 김현덕 (성덕대학 호텔외식조리계열)
  • Published : 2004.06.30

Abstract

This study was conducted to examine contents of total acid and free amino acids in the Demi-glace with added quantity of Omija extracts. Firstly, The level of Total acid content of Demi-glace sauces was $1.08{\sim}1.89%$ and Omija extracts was $2.77{\sim}7.24%$. The more Omija extracts added, there was the higher total acid contents. Sauces and extracts of 5% Omija was the highest. Secondly, Total free amino acids contents of control was 2518.52mg%, and Omija sauces was $2261.52{\sim}2894.14mg%$. 2% Omija sauces was the highest among them. Hydroxyproline of total 34 free amino acids was the highest, and Glutamic acid 158.42mg%, Proline 78.90mg% was next in order. Arginine was the highest with $27.40{\sim}34.40mg%$ among 9 essential amino acids contents. Glutamic acid was the highest contents with $123.18{\sim}158.42mg%$. Compared to control's(0.41mg%), Omija added group was $20.63{\sim}27.82mg%$ and it was the highest increase. While other 15 amino acid was analyzed, Hydroxyproline was the highest contents with $1,737.22{\sim}2,205.80mg%$. Compared to control group(15.63mg%), proline was $57.01{\sim}78.90mg%$ Omija added group and it was increased with the highest contents. In essential amino acid, flavor enhancing amino acid and other amino acid were increased and the highest contents with 2% added Omija sauce. Thirdly, sensory characteristics of Demi-glace sauces based on overall preference, It was find that 2% added Omija was the best. 2% added was the best for color, flavor, taste, texture, overall acceptability(P<.001). In terms of Demi-glace sauces' gender preference, male and female people liked 2% added Omija color, flavor, taste, texture, overall acceptability. It was find that there was no significant differences between male and female.

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