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Quality Characteristics of Jeung-pyun Using Dry-Milled Rice Flour Prepared from different Varieties with different Particle Sizes

품종 및 입자크기별 건식 쌀가루를 이용한 증편의 품질 특성

  • Park, Sa-Ra ;
  • Kim, Kyung-Mi ;
  • Kim, Hee-Sun ;
  • Ra, Ha-Na ;
  • Han, Gwi-Jung
  • 박사라 ;
  • 김경미 ;
  • 김희선 ;
  • 라하나 ;
  • 한귀정
  • Received : 2018.10.01
  • Accepted : 2018.11.15
  • Published : 2018.12.31

Abstract

In this study, dry-milled rice flour from different varieties (Samgwang, Boranchan, Hanareum, Dasan, Hangaru) and different particle sizes were used to manufacture Jeung-pyun and the quality characteristics were analyzed. The Jeung-pyun produced from Samgwang, Dasan and Hangaru milled rice flour showed highly dense pores. The Jeung-pyun produced from Hanareum only showed a significant difference according to the particle size. Samgwang, Boranchan and Dasan varieties with a particle size of 150 m showed a significant decrease in volume (p<0.05). Samgwang showed the lowest pH at all particle sizes (p<0.05). The sweetness of Samgwang varieties was the highest at $3.27-3.63^{\circ}Brix$ (p<0.05). The hardness of Jeung-pyun increased with increasing particle size (p<0.05). The highest acceptance of Jeung-pyun in terms of volume and bitter taste was observed with Hanareum at a particle size of 50 m. When the particle size was 50 m, the overall acceptance was highest for Jeung-pyun made from Samgwang followed by Hanareum. The acceptance of all the sensory characteristics was high when the particle size of rice flour was 50 m. When the appearance of Jeung-pyun was measured, Samgwang showed a dense structure and low hardness. Hanareum showed an increasing volume and springiness. Overall Samgwang and Hanareum were found to be the most suitable varieties for the production of Jeung-pyun.

Keywords

Jeung-pyun;dry-milled rice flour;varieties;particle size;quality characteristics

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