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Development of Natural Meat-like Flavor Based on Maillard Reaction Products
Moon, Ji-Hye; Choi, In-Wook; Park, Yong-Kon; Kim, Yoon-Sook;
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Hydrolyzed wheat gluten (HWG) and low glutamic acid (Glu) hydrolyzed wheat gluten with different quantities of NaCl were reacted with several precursors to develop natural meat flavor based on Maillard reaction products (MRP). The MRP based flavors were analyzed for their pH, browning index, DPPH radical scavenging effect, and sensory properties. Synthetic meat flavor from low Glu hydrolyzed wheat gluten with 7% NaCl and ribose, cysteine, methionine, thiamin, lecithin, and garlic powder reacted at for 30 min and were most favorable for a roasted meat flavor. Based on an omission test, cysteine was selected as the most important precursor for producing meat flavor compared to methionine, thiamine, and lecithin. Natural precursors including mushroom powder and fat medium were applied to compensate for the synthetic precursors. The optimum formula for meat flavor was 5% ribose, 7.7% cysteine, 6.9% garlic juice powder, 2.1% Lentinusedodes powder digested with protease, and 1% lard. The sulfuric pungent, oily, and salty attributes of the formula decreased and a mild roasted meat flavor was expressed.
meat-like flavor;Maillard reaction;hydrolyzed vegetable protein;
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