Oxidative Stability of Deep-Fried Instant Noodle Prepared with Rapeseed Oil Fortified by Adding Antioxidants or by Blending with Palm Oil

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  • Published : 1989.08.01

Abstract

The oxidative stability of the ramyon prepared with rapeseed oil fortified with antioxidants or blended with palm oil was studied to explore the possibility of substituting it for Imported frying fats and oils. Natural tocopherols, butylated hydroxyanisole(BHA), tertiarybutyl hydroquinone(TBHQ), and ascorbyl palmitate with citric acid were used at a level of 0.02 percent. Blended oils were prepared by adding a palm oil to the rapeseed oil at ratios of 7:3, 5:5, and 3:7(w/w), respectively. Ramyon samples were stored at $35.0{\pm}0.5^{\circ}C$. for 90 days. The values of parameters, such as peroxide value, unsaturation ratio, and dielectric constant, of the extracted oils were regularly determined. An organoleptic test for the flavor of the samples was also performed. The oxidative stability of the samples was estimated on the basis of the changes of the parameter values. The effectiveness of the antioxidants was in the order of TBHQ ${\gg}$ ascorbyl palmitate with citric acid>BHA>natural tocopherols. The oxidative stability of the ramyon prepared with the rapeseed oil containing 0.02 percent TBHQ was almost as good as that of the ramyon prepared with the palm oil. The stability of the ramyon prepared with the blended oil containing 70 percent palm oil was also as good as that of the ramyon prepared with the palm oil.

Keywords

rapeseed oil;frying oil;ramyon;antioxidants;blending