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Quality Characteristics of Salted Tomato Powder
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 Title & Authors
Quality Characteristics of Salted Tomato Powder
Cho, Sung-Hyun; Yoo, Seung-Seok;
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 Abstract
Purpose: This study was conducted to investigate the physical and sensory properties of seasoned powders utilizing tomato. Methods: Tests of salted tomato powder were performed for the physiochemical properties (moisture content, pH value, titratable acidity, color value, salinity content, and solubility content), sensory characteristics and sensory preference. Results: Moisture content of salted tomato powder containing fully ripened tomato (RT) was higher than that of salted tomato powder containing cherry tomato (CT), with the exception of CT 10%. The pH values of RT was relatively high and increased salt addition increased the pH as well. The titratable acidity was opposite the result of pH measurement. The color values of RT was higher than that of CT for the L, a, and b values. The salt content of RT was higher than that of CT. RT 10% showed the highest dissolution followed by CT 10%. In addition, the sensory preference for CT 10% was the highest, with the best scores for appearance and taste. Conclusion: It was concluded that 10% salt addition is the most suitable sensually for the manufacture of salted tomato powder.
 Keywords
tomato;salt;salted tomato powder;quality characteristics;sensory preference;
 Language
Korean
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