라면에서 나타나는 매운 감각 인지 강도의 변화

Changes in Perceived Intensities of Pungency of Ramen Soup

  • 발행 : 2003.08.01

초록

고추로부터 추출한 capsicum 용액(30 Scoville Unit와 50 Scoville Unit)의 매운 감각은 돈골(豚骨)베이스의 순한맛 라면 스프를 혼합하였을 때 뚜렷한 감소 현상을 보였다. 이러한 감소 현상과 관련하여 3가지 향미증진제, 0.5%(w/w) MSG, 0.5%(w/w) IG, 0.5%(w/w) $Aromild^{\circledR}$(yeast extract, Japan)가 고춧가루를 함유하는 라면의 매운 정도를 감소시키는 효과를 확인하였고, 10%(w/w) 설탕과 0.66 ppm의 capsicum이 서로 masking 현상을 보임을 알 수 있었다. 유탕면을 사용하는 라면의 매운 정도는 면을 끊일 때 우러나오는 유지 성분에 의하여도 감소하였다.

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