Quality of Persimmon Jelly by Various Ratio of Dried Persimmon Extract

곶감추출물 첨가비율에 따른 곶감젤리의 품질

  • Kim, Jun-Han (Dept. of Food Nutrition, Sangju National University) ;
  • Kim, Jong-Kuk (Dept. of Food Nutrition, Sangju National University)
  • 김준한 (상주대학교 식품영양학과) ;
  • 김종국 (상주대학교 식품영양학과)
  • Published : 2005.08.01


This study was carried out to develop jelly food using dried persimmon. Jelly products were prepared with the ratio of 5, 10, 15, 20 and $25\%$ of dried persimmon extract. Quality characteristics of its products were investigated. Proximate compositions of jelly were $6.74\~14.03\%$ of moisture, $6.83\~7.53\%$ of crude protein, $0.62\~1.16\%$ of crude lipid, $2.61\~13.21\%$ of crude ash, respectively. Water activity and brix $(\%)$ of jelly products ranged from 0.678 and $56.66\%\;to\; 0.748\;and\;76.59\%$. The pH and total acidity of jelly products ranged from 5.30 and $0.06\%$ to 5.38 and $0.09\%$. In the Hunter's color values, L, a and b vaules of jelly products were increased, respectively. Major free-sugar and organic acid of jelly products were maltose ($753\~1,297mg/100g$) and malic acid (263mg/100g in $25\%$ dried persimmon jelly). Major mineral of jelly products was K ($69.64\~154.37mg/100g$). In the texture property, addition of dried persimmon extract decreased gumminess and chewiness. In sensory score of dried persimmon jelly, color, flavor, texture and sweetness of $15\%$ dried persimmon jelly were high score, taste and overall acceptance of jelly products were high score, respectively. Judging from research results of the jelly products, recommended substitution level for addition of dried persimmon extract in jelly was $10\~15\%$.


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