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Comparison of Nanopowdered and Powdered Peanut Sprout-Added Yogurt on its Physicochemical and Sensory Properties during Storage
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Comparison of Nanopowdered and Powdered Peanut Sprout-Added Yogurt on its Physicochemical and Sensory Properties during Storage
Ahn, Yu-Jin; Ganesan, Palanivel; Kwak, Hae-Soo;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to compare the physicochemical and sensory properties of yogurt containing nanopowdered peanut sprouts (NPPS) and powdered peanut sprouts (PPS) at different concentrations (0.05-0.20%, w/v) during storage at for 16 d. The pH values of NPPS (0.05-0.20%, w/v)-added yogurt were lower than those of PPS-added yogurt. The antiradical scavenging activity and LAB counts were significantly higher in NPPS-added yogurt than in PPS-added yogurt during the storage period of 16 d (p<0.05). Higher concentrations (0.15, and 0.20%) NPPS-added yogurt showed greater antiradical scavenging activity. The LAB counts were ranged from to and to CFU/mL in 0.05% and 0.20% NPPS-added yogurts, respectively. In sensory testing, 0.05 and 0.10% NPPS-added yogurt showed similar results to the control in whey-off, grainy texture, and overall acceptability. Yellowness and astringent scores increased with increasing addition of NPPS or PPS to the yogurt irrespective of its storage times. Peanut and beany flavors were lower during the storage for 0.05 and 0.10% NPPS-added yogurt. Based on the data obtained from the present study, it was concluded that 0.05 and 0.10%, w/v of NPPS could be used to produce NPPS-added yogurt without significant adverse effects on the physicochemical and sensory properties, but with an enhanced functional value added to the yogurt.
 Keywords
yogurt;nanopowdered peanut sprout;antioxidant activity;sensory properties;
 Language
English
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