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Establishment of the manufacturing conditions of hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)-rice drink

히솝(Hyssopus officinalis)을 혼합한 쌀음료 제조조건 설정

  • Received : 2015.05.18
  • Accepted : 2015.06.15
  • Published : 2015.06.30

Abstract

This study was monitored the quality characteristic of the hyssop-rice drink added using hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) and rice. AFter operational parameters including amylase content ($X_1$, 1~5 mL), saccharification time ($X_2$, 10~18 hr) and hyssop content ($X_3$, 1.0~3.0 g) were monitored, these results were analyzed using a response surface methodology for the determination of the optimum conditions (Brix, Hunter's color and organoleptic properties). Maximum conditions of Brix for the hyssop-rice drink were 0.96 mL of amylase, 14.93 hr of saccharification time and 2 g of hyssop. Maximum conditions of Hunter's color b were 1.90 mL of amylase, 16.64 hr of saccharification time and 2.51 g of hyssop. Maximum conditions of organoleptic color were 4.60 mL of amylase, 15.66 hr of saccharification time and 1.57 g of hyssop. Maximum conditions of organoleptic aroma were 3.46 mL of amylase, 10.79 hr of saccharification time and 1.45 g of hyssop. Maximum conditions of organoleptic taste were 3.67 mL of amylase, 17.64 hr of saccharification time and 1.76 g of hyssop. Maximum conditions of overall palatability of the hyssop-rice drink were 3.73 mL of amylase, 13.66 hr of saccharification time and 1.85 g of hyssop.

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