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Quality Improvement of Dumpling Shell Based on Rice Flour by Addition of Potato Starch and HPMC
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Quality Improvement of Dumpling Shell Based on Rice Flour by Addition of Potato Starch and HPMC
Kang, Yi-Rang; Han, Jung-Ah;
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 Abstract
Rice dumpling shells were prepared with different levels of hydrocolloids, such as hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HPMC), and potato starch. After steaming, the physical, sensory, and cooking properties of the shells were measured. Increasing the amount of potato starch decreased the pasting temperature and increased the peak viscosity. With the addition of hydrocolloids, water absorption and cooking loss for the rice dumpling shells decreased significantly. For the textural properties, the rice dumpling shells with hydrocolloids showed lower hardness and higher springiness than the control, and especially, 10% potato starch and 3% HPMC addition (P10H3) improved the texture of the rice dumpling shells the most. The sensory results seemed to be affected more by the addition of potato starch than HPMC, and over 15% addition of potato starch significantly decreased the quality of the rice dumpling shells. By addition of adequate amount of hydrocolloids (3% HPMC and 10% potato starch), the sensory quality of rice dumpling shells can be effectively improved.
 Keywords
dumpling shell;potato starch;HPMC;texture;cooking property;
 Language
Korean
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