- Volume 32 Issue 2
A study was conducted to investigate the effect of ACAMS(Autoclaved-cooled amylomaize VII) and ACNMS(Autoclaved-cooled normal maize starch) containing resistant starch(RS) on ASW (Australian wheat flour) rheology and noodle quality. The water absorption in farinograph increased with the addition of ACAMS and ACNMS, but the dough stability decreased with the addition. The ACNMS added flours showed the highest initial pasting temperature and the lowest peak viscosity in RVA. The addition of ACAMS and ACNMS were not effective on the weight and volume of cooked noodles during cooking time for 5 min. However, as the cooking time increased, noodle weight and volume were the highest in control(no RS added flour) and the lowest in ACNMS added flours. Noodle texture was evaluated using rheometer. The hardness of RS(ACAMS, ACNMS) added noodles was higher than that of control. Cohesiveness was significantly different between control and ACAMS added noodles, but the cohesiveness of ACNMS added noodles was similar to other noodles. The elasticity of ACNMS added noodles in sensory test was lower than that of control but the smoothness and overall acceptibility were higher.
resistant starch;ACAMS(Autoclaved-cooled amylomaize VII);ACNMS(Autoclaved-cooled normal maize starch);noodle texture