Hydrolyzed oat flour의 첨가량을 달리하여 제조한 저열량 레이어 케이크의 물리적 및 관능적 특성

Physical and Sensory Characteristics of Low Calorie Layer Cake Made With Different Levels of Hydrolyzed Oat Flour

  • 송은승 (호서대학교, 식품영양학과) ;
  • 김상진 (호서대학교, 식품영양학과) ;
  • 강명화 (호서대학교, 식품영양학과)
  • 발행 : 2002.02.01

초록

본 연구에서는 옐로우 레이어 케이크 제조시 쇼트닝 대신 탄수화물계 지방 대체물인 hydrolyzed oat flour가 사용될 수 있는지 그 가능성을 조사하고 여러 가지 비율로 대체하여 제조한 저열량 레어어 케이크의 특성을 평가하였다. 케이크 반죽의 비중과 점도는 지방 대체율이 증가할수록 비중은 감소하지만 점도는 증가하였다. 주사전자 현미경 측정 결과 지방 대체물이 증가함에 따라 air cell과 함께 지방구의 수와 크기는 감소하였고 점도는 높을수록 치밀한 구조를 보였다. 물성 특성 측정결과 대체율이 증가 할수록 hardness, gumminess, 및 chewiness는 감소하였고 springiness와 cohesiveness, resilience는 증가하였다. 관능적 평가에서 hydrolyzed oat flour 45% 첨가시 가장 우수한 것으로 평가되었고 지방 대체율이 크게 증가하여도 관능적 평가에서 우수한 것으로 나타났다. 따라서 지방 대체물인 hydrolyzed oat flour는 저열량 레이어 케이크 제조시 쇼트닝 대신 다량 첨가하여도 양질의 품질을 나타내는 지방 대체 소재로 사용될 수 있음이 시사되었다.

키워드

layer cake;fat substitution;texture profile;hydrolyzed oat flour;sensory evaluation

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