A Study on Seafood Dishes in Military Standard Menu

군대급식 표준식단중 수산물 이용 메뉴 분석 연구

  • Lee, Wook-Jin (Department of Food and Nutrition, Kyungwon University) ;
  • Min, Sung-Hee (Department of Oriental Medical Food & Nutrition, Semyung University) ;
  • Lee, Young-Mee (Department of Food and Nutrition, Kyungwon University)
  • 이욱진 (경원대학교 생활과학대학 식품영양학과) ;
  • 민성희 (세명대학교 한방식품영양학과) ;
  • 이영미 (경원대학교 생활과학대학 식품영양학과)
  • Published : 2003.06.30


This was preliminary study that was to find out the developing point in military meal service to focus on seafood dishes that recently increased plate waste. This study was conducted to analyze menu patterns in military meal service. The result of this study was using to develop new seafood dishes in military meal service. On the basis of some findings, several developing points how to plan meals include many kinds of seafood dishes and to modify taste and cooking method that was more highly prefered by young military persons were suggested. This preliminary study findings were as follows: 1. Each meal was served cooked rice and 4 kinds of dishes(soup or stew, main dish, side dish and kimchi) 2. The seafood dishes was served as 28.6% in soup or stew, 35.0% in main dish and 36.4% in side dish of total serving of seafood dishes. 3. All of raw materials of seafood were supplied by frozen, several items were supplied dried material. Supplying seafood items were limited. Numbers of using seafood items were using 2.7 times per day. Laver and squid was most frequently used. 4. Seafood dishes were frequently serving in breakfast, especially seasoned & toasted laver was served 28.8% of seafood menu in breakfast because of convenience. 5. The nutrients contents of each dishes were as follows, the soup was $86.5{\pm}3.2kcal$ and $10.9{\pm}8.9g$ of animal protein, stew was $165.3{\pm}70.2kcal$ and $13.3{\pm}7.9g$ of animal protein. Nutrients content of other main dish and side dishes was different from 108.1kcal (in steaming dish) to 412.4kcal (in deep-fat frying dish) according to different cooking method. The highest animal protein dish that contented $18.9{\pm}5.1g$ of protein was pan-frying dish or grilling dish. Lowest one was $8.4{\pm}4.9g$ in braising dish. 6. Major cooking method of seafood was stew and the next was deep fat frying, stirfrying and braising. Pan-frying or grilling was seldomly used in military menu because of limitation of kitchen facilities and cooking utensils. On the basis of these findings, newely developing military seafood menus were focused on combination dish(such as seafood cooked rice or seafood fried rice) and many kinds of sauce that was applied to deep-fat frying dishes.


seafood;military meal service;menu;preference;cooking method


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