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Effects of Carcass Processing Method and Curing Condition on Quality Characteristics of Ground Chicken Breasts
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Effects of Carcass Processing Method and Curing Condition on Quality Characteristics of Ground Chicken Breasts
Choi, Ji-Hun; Kim, Il; Jeong, Jong-Youn; Lee, Eui-Soo; Choi, Yun-Sang; Kim, Cheon-Jei;
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 Abstract
This study was carried out to investigate the effect of hot boning and curing condition on the quality characteristics of ground chicken breast. Treatments were cured by four conditions follows; control (general curing method), T1 (after hot-boning and then immediately cured), T2 (after hot-boning and immediately cured, then frozen), and T3 (after hot-boning, immediately frozen, refrigerated and then cured). The pH of chicken breast in the state of pre-rigor was 6.22. The pH of cold storage or freezing chicken breast meat respectively were 5.70 or 5.61. The pH of T1 and T2 treatments were significantly higher than those of control and T3 treatment (p<0.05). After stored for 1 wk, the pH value of T1 treatment had a higher value than those of other treatments. T1 treatment had the highest water holding capacity and the lowest cooking loss among all treatments, regardless of the cooking methods. The reduction in diameter for T1 and T2 treatments was lower than those of control and T3 treatment (p<0.05). T1 treatment had the lowest fat loss and moisture loss among all treatments, and the emulsifying capacity of T1 treatment was the highest. The protein solubility of T1 treatment was significantly lower than that of T3 treatment.
 Keywords
hot boning;curing condition;chicken breast;water holding capacity;
 Language
Korean
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