We can recommend the application of chicory fiber in production of biscuits to improve nutritional (3 and 5% addition) and sensorial properties (1 and 3% addition) of this bakery product. This was done in a sensory laboratory with individual booths following standard good sensory practices (Lawless & Heymann, 1999). Consumption of biscuit and bread appears in the list of top ten daily consumed foods, and they are easily available and convenient to be enjoyed as snack [2] . EVALUATION OF WHEAT-SORGHUM-CHICKPEA COMPOSITE BREAD FOR PHYSICAL, NUTRITIONAL AND SENSORY QUALITY LUCY N. MARIERA A Thesis Submitted to the Graduate School in Partial fulfilment of the Requirements for the Award of Master of Science Degree in Nutritional Sciences of Egerton University EGERTON UNIVERSITY NOVEMBER, 2018 Five differently coded samples i.e. The biscuits were subjected to physical (volume, maximum width, maximum height, aspect ratio at max. This work aimed at determining the maximum acceptable level of wheat germ that can be added to one of homemade biscuits in Jordan, studying some chemical and sensory properties of this product, moreover, studying the effect of storage time after two months at room temperature on the sensory parameters of this product. The good sensory behavior of the biscuits with artichoke fiber‐rich powders during two storage conditions applied may confirm that the artichoke by‐products would be a suitable substitute for pea fiber in oven‐baked products, like wholemeal biscuits with high‐fiber content. Sensory attributes of all kind of samples were evaluated in fresh condition and after 60 days of ambient storage. Values are means ±, PCA‐statis biplot of the sensory profile of the biscuits by descriptive method. The order of presentation of the biscuits was balanced using all of the presentation combinations possible on the tasting sheet. Addition of wheat germ in biscuit making at the level of 20% (w/w) enhanced its nutritional value by increasing protein and total mineral contents, as well as decreasing fat, total carbohydrates and total calories. While sensory evaluation gives a judgement of the overall acceptability of a product, and objective method to evaluation is only able to measure one aspect of food, and this may not always be sufficient to determine whether a quality of the product is acceptable. Working off-campus? Thereafter, a 50‐member panel evaluated coded biscuit samples based on the identified … The panelists were from both sexes, and from different ages, they were requested to taste each sample separately without comparing it with another sample. This could be due to increasing fiber content of biscuit by addition of WG that modified these two parameters. immediately after preparation and during storage. width, aspect ratio at max. These results agreed with [5] [15] . In this sensory study biscuits enriched with fiber‐rich powders of artichoke (W, Ca) are compared with biscuits with the same percentage of the reference fiber (P) and … Therefore, the chosen final treatment was prepared with 20% added WG. The sensory preference of the biscuit varies from 2. Abstract The artichoke by‐products from the canning industry are mainly used for silage, being minimally revaluated. diameter cut with the help of a biscuit cutter. The finished products were subjected to sensory evaluation by acceptance test and purchase intent. 2.7. Learn about our remote access options, Centro de Innovación y Tecnología Alimentaria de La Rioja, CTIC‐CITA La Rioja, La Rioja, Spain, Departamento de Biotecnología y Ciencia de los Alimentos, Universidad de Burgos, Burgos, Spain. The study carried out the production of biscuit spiced with four different spices which have nutrition and health benefit. With respect to the overall acceptability, only the biscuits without fiber had a significantly lower appreciation at the end of accelerated storage. Values are means ±, Two‐way ANOVA (1 rep) sample means & LSD. The highest volume of particles for CF was 140 μm higher than C flour. The choice of this percentage of fiber was determined by an optimization study from which it was concluded that with 4% of plant fiber of both varieties (commercial reference fiber P and fiber‐rich powders from artichoke Ca and W) obtained the maximum sensorial acceptability (data not shown). Blends were carried out using concentrations of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% (w/w) added wheat germ as described in 2.1. height), chemical (dry matter content, crude protein, ash, fat, and crude fiber content), and sensory evaluation (flavor, chicory flavor (intensity), chicory flavor (presence), taste, chicory taste (presence), chicory taste (intensity), aftertaste, character of biscuit taste, overall … On the other hand, fat and total carbohydrates decreased by 14% and 0.6%, respectively. Abstract . the maximum acceptable 1, 1178693. Sensory evaluation of biscuit (freshly prepared and stored) was conducted to determine the acceptability of the product prepared by mint. 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On the contrary, the second principal component increases the explanation of each group of biscuits, as a result of the darkening of the biscuits during storage, and due to that accelerated at 2 and 4 months (2a, 4a) cookies are separated vertically cookies control (0). Appearance is related to the geometry and the structure of the biscuits, and the outer ends of appearance went from an irregular biscuit with an irregular surface produced by evaporation bubbles, to a very compact biscuit with a smooth surface. Biscuits were subjected to sensory evaluation at different sessions by panels of 50 untrained students drawn among the student population of the University of Ngaoundere, Cameroon. In this respect, the simple incorporation of dietary fiber in the formulation of biscuits is an easy method to increase the functionality of the biscuits, with minimal costs (Gallagher, O'Brien, Scannell, & Arendt, 2003; Smith, 2011). Besides being a very palatable vehicle of nutrition and energy, these biscuits convey the goodness of flour, fat and sugar in most acceptable and economical term [1] . The panelists were instructed to taste the samples clockwise starting from the upright quarter. Then the prepared biscuits were sensorially evaluated by 5 trained panelists chosen from the teaching staff and technicians of the Department of Nutrition and Food Technology, Al-Huson University College. For the attributes characteristic flavor and taste, the freshness of the sample was rated as the point in the middle of the non‐structured scale. This means that the yellowish color of WG improved these two sensory parameters of biscuit. Fortification of biscuit with 20% WG enhanced these characteristics from “like slightly” to “like moderately”. From an environmental perspective, the revaluation of vegetable by‐products is also critical, since it increases the economic viability of waste minimization processes. Usually, those by‐products (70% by weight are by‐products of artichoke) are only used as animal feed, being minimum their economic revaluation. Consumer trends demand more natural products with better nutritional characteristics which can complement nutritional deficiencies, like the low fiber ingestion (Arrillaga & Martínez, 2006; Milte, Thorpe, Crawford, Ball, & McNaughton, 2015; Mongeau, Brassard, & Verdier, 1989). The biscuits were subjected to physical (volume, maximum width, maximum height, aspect ratio at max. During one day of assessment, 14 samples were analyzed in one session. 2.8 | Sensory evaluation of biscuit Both the descriptive and discriminatory evaluation methods were used (Iwe, 2002). The biscuit variations were assessed by objective and sensory measurements. When the sensory valuation of texture and appearance is observed during accelerated storage, no significant differences are found between the groups of biscuits. Raw materials including wheat flour (65% extraction rate), butter, egg, salt, sugar, baking powder and vanilla were purchased from local markets. spiced with ginger garlic, turmeric, cinnamon. The sensory panel consisted of nine judges trained in the use of the sensory profiles method (Lawless & Heymann, 2010). The ways of extraction of by‐products of artichoke into fiber‐rich powders modify their industrial applications in biscuits, as the sensory evaluation may change compared with the reference fiber (Pea fiber, P) used with commercial biscuit. Protein and total minerals increased by about 29% and 49%, respectively. Sensory characteristics of the all four samples were determined by taking the sensory attributes flavour, colour, taste, texture, and overall acceptability. The shapes of food products had a strong influence on the sensory properties and product acceptability . The okra pod was washed, sliced into pieces, oven dried at 60oC for 8 hours and milled into flour. Storage of biscuits formulated without fiber (B), and with fiber of Pea (P) and fiber‐rich powder of Artichoke (W, Ca), at room temperature and with accelerated storage for (0, 2, 4) months. Feel this differentiation greater in them cookies of a color clearer, as the biscuits B and P, where small changes in color are more perceptible to the panelists. Abstract . On the contrary, the variables appearance and texture are not explained well by the model, since they are close to the centre of both principal components. The parameters evaluated such as appearance, colour, flavour, aroma, taste, texture and overall acceptability. The scales were 10 cm in length and it was verbally agreed that the end on the left‐hand side of the scale corresponded to the lowest intensity (value 0) and the end on the right‐hand side to the highest intensity of the attribute (value 10); while the intermediate point was the value of the commercial standard biscuits (value 5). Sensory evaluations of biscuits. Sensory evaluation of biscuits containing 5 or 10% colocasia leaf powder by composite scoring test and hedonic scale showed that the former type of biscuit was preferred over the latter. sensory parameters of this product. Sensory attributes evaluated include flavour, colour, crispiness, appearance, sweetness, after taste attributes, texture, and overall acceptability. The CB, SB-5%, SB-10% and SB-15% were subjected to sensory evaluation of ten trained panelist from CSIR-CFTRI-RC, Hyderabad, India on their familiarity with the biscuits were used for the evaluation. The ways of extraction of by‐products of artichoke into fiber‐rich powders modify their industrial applications in biscuits, as the sensory evaluation may change compared with the reference fiber (Pea fiber, P) used with commercial biscuit. 2, No. Hardness was expressed as the resistance of the biscuit to breaking upon pressure of the front teeth during biting. Regarding the variable taste, it was observed that all the biscuits enriched with fiber had a more intense taste than the biscuits without fiber (B). It should also include the background on the issues relevant to the experiment.Your introduction should state the objective of using sensory and physical assessments to characterize biscuits produced with different […] This is conducted on randomly selected biscuit samples that are evaluated for the above factors in order to make sure they are within the ideal ranges (Larmond, 2007). The various fat replacers were substituted for fat in the biscuit formula at a rate of 33%, 66% and 100%. Both manuscripts revealed that inulin could be used as fat replacer; however, they did not conduct a study of the instrumental and sensory properties to understand the influence of inulin on texture. The dough was kneaded with a pilot mixer during 10 min at minimum speed. Biscuit is hard, crisp and dried and baked product from flour. Methods: The potential of two sensory analysis methods, DSKAS and CATA, to serve as real-time quality measures during biscuit production was assessed. The presentation of the sample to the panelist was as follows: using white light, the four hold biscuits were presented together on a piece of white paper divided into four equal parts, in which the codes of the biscuit were printed randomly. Cassava root from one year old was used for the production of Abacha flour. After cooling at ambient temperature, cookies were packed in a LDPE bags and stored for 90 days at ambient temperature. Copyright © 2020 by authors and Scientific Research Publishing Inc. Onion residue, obtained from onion processing, is valuable source of health-promoting compounds including polyphenols, mainly quercetin. Assuming that the by‐products have a composition similar to the edible part of the artichokes, these by‐products can be a promising source of new value‐added compounds such as phytochemicals and fiber (Ruiz‐Cano et al., 2014). In this study, biscuits were prepared by enrichment with onion residue (OS). Laboratory Report For Practical – Sensory Evaluation And Biscuit Shelf LifeIntroductionThe introduction should state the problem and outline the method for tackling the problem. Biscuits sensory evaluation was carried out using 10-points hedonic scale. The sensory evaluation of color surface paralleled the colorimetric measurement, with acorn-enriched biscuits darker than the control. Therefore, the same mold was used for biscuits production in the present study, except for sugar cookies. These results agreed with Chioma and Chizoba (2015) who reported that incorporation of African yam bean flour with wheat flour at ratio of 10:90 enhanced the color and aroma of wheat biscuit [14] . Therefore, it is recommended to utilize this valuable byproduct in production of biscuits to gain more nutritional and sensorial properties of this product. Sensory evaluation sensory evaluation Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and Equipment see more details of biscuit samples revealed that in a 5-scores scale, all sensory results were in range of 3.20-4.05 indicating that these biscuits were moderately acceptable. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology. The parameters evaluated such as appearance, colour, flavour, aroma, taste, texture and overall acceptability. and fiber (soluble and insoluble). wheat germ in, biscuit making at level of 20% Overall acceptability of GB, as a result of the effect of all other sensory characteristics, evaluated as “like moderately” in comparison to “like slightly” of biscuit without added WG, indicating that addition of WG in biscuit making had positive effect on its acceptability preference. An Academic Publisher, Chemical Characteristic and Sensory Evaluation of Biscuit Enriched with Wheat Germ and the Effect of Storage Time on the Sensory Properties for this Product (). Sensory evaluation was carried out on the biscuit samples. Also these results agreed with Mousa, 2014, who found that the simultaneous substitution with germinated sweet white lupin flour at 25% and sweet white lupin oil at 35% raised significantly the values of protein and fiber [11] . With respect to color, as was expected, the biscuits without fiber (B) had a lighter color than the rest, followed by the pea biscuits (P), while the biscuits formulated with artichoke fiber‐rich powders (W, Ca) were significantly darker, mainly due to the darker color of the artichoke fiber‐rich powders (Figure 1). The effect of other added wheat germ concentrations and storage time on this product was not studied [7] . Overall acceptability of preliminary blends. Two‐way ANOVA (1 rep) sample means and LSD, and principal component analysis (PCA‐statis) were applied. Concentrations higher than 20% had lower scores that ranged from “neither like nor dislike” to “dislike slightly”. It can also be observed, from the texture, that the biscuits with fiber were significantly harder than the biscuits without fiber. Thus, the aim of this study was to describe the biscuits enriched with artichoke fiber‐rich powders, compared to biscuits formulated with commercial reference fiber (pea) and control biscuits without fiber. These features improved as the level of acorn flour increased. Afterwards, the biscuits were cooled at ambient temperature (18–20°C) and wrapped in heat‐sealed bags of high‐density polyethylene. Comparable objective and sensory results indicated that crust colour was lightened … Overall acceptability of the preliminary biscuits blends (Table 1) with wheat germ (GB) showed that treatment with 20% WG had the best evaluation that fall within the range of like moderately. The ration of consumption was one whole biscuit of each reference, maintained at a temperature of 25°C. The biscuits stored under ambient conditions were analyzed bimonthly, during the 4 months, while the biscuits stored under accelerated conditions were analyzed every 3 months until completion of the 6 months of storage. Research Article Effect of Substituting Purple Rice Flour for Wheat Flour on Physicochemical Characteristics, In Vitro Digestibility, and Sensory Evaluation of Biscuits … Subsequently, the dough was laminated to a thickness of 5 mm, using a manual sheet pasta machine. Note that recent publications of revaluation indicate that vegetable by‐products of the canning industry (asparagus) (Fuentes‐Alventosa et al., 2009; Nindo, Sun, Wang, Tang, & Powers, 2003), chard, cardoon, green beans, etc. The samples were evaluated for desirability in appearance, color, crispiness, texture, taste, flavor and overall acceptability using a 9-hedonic scale test as described by Larmond (1991), varying from 9, which means like extremely to 1, which means dislike extremely [8] . Storage of biscuits formulated without fiber (B), and with fiber of Pea (P) and fiber‐rich powder of Artichoke (W, Ca), at room temperature and with accelerated storage for (0, 2, 4) months Values are means ±, PCA‐statis plot of the sensory profile of the biscuits by descriptive method. Moreover, the acceptability of sensory characteristics was improved by this fortification. The artichoke by‐products from the canning industry are mainly used for silage, being minimally revaluated. The freshness of the samples was evaluated by the presence or absence of characteristic flavor/taste, color, texture, appearance, overall acceptance. This was partly because of the fact that the initial color of the biscuits B was lighter than that of the rest and therefore small variations in color were more perceptible by the panelist than in the biscuits with plant fiber, which were darker due to the color of the fiber. 3.1. Biscuit samples were analyzed for sensory characteristics. Sensory Evaluation Table 3 illustrates the sensory characteristics of biscuit treatments (control and with 20% WG) at zero time and after storage for two months at room tempera- ture. (a) Biscuit W, (b) Biscuit Ca, (c) Biscuit B, (d) Biscuit P. Biscuit codification (B [without fiber], P [pea], W [water], Ca [1% CaCl, Organoleptic properties (Color; Appearance, Taste, Flavor, Texture, Overall acceptability) of biscuits formulated without fiber (B), and with fiber of Pea (P) and fiber‐rich powder of Artichoke (W, Ca), storage at room temperature (0, 2 and 4 months). Proximate analyses of biscuits*. With respect to color, the use of both artichoke fiber‐rich powders (Ca, W) modifies the color of the biscuits, making them darker than the biscuits formulated with pea fiber, due to its more neutral color. Sensory evaluation. (2016). The biscuits maintained similar values throughout the storage period and both sensory variables had a constant behavior during accelerated storage. Values are means ±, Two‐way ANOVA (1rep) sample means & LSD. The characterization of the products was carried out under daylight lighting and in portable cabins within the sensory laboratory. (2016). Sensory evaluation shows that the cookies made from 75% rolled oats was marginal acceptable with an overall score of 2.9. Studies indicated that addition of pomegranate peel powder or juice in cookies preparation could enhance its nutritional quality without affecting the rheological, sensorial and antioxidant properties [4] [5] . The finished products were subjected to sensory evaluation by acceptance test and purchase intent. Taste and flavor significantly were enhanced by addition of WG, it were evaluated “like moderately” in comparison to “neither like nor dislike” of control sample. 2.4 Evaluation of sensory acceptability of the bread. Article They found that protein, ash and fiber contents gradually increased as the mixture levels increased [12] . The score of taste reduced significantly to 2.53. The sensory variables overall acceptability, taste and flavor were correlated with the biscuits enriched with artichoke fiber‐rich powder at the beginning of the accelerated test (Ca 0, W 0). The sensory evaluation was carried out in the tasting room of CITA‐CTIC La Rioja. As can be observed in Figures 3 and 4, color and taste were the two sensory qualities for which all the groups of biscuits were significantly different (p < .001). increasing protein and total El-Sharnouby et al. Enter your email address below and we will send you your username, If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username, Biscuits after oven‐baking. The commercial pea fiber (P) was obtained on the Spanish market of food additives and the two fiber‐rich powders were produced in our laboratory by liquid extraction of artichoke by‐products. The authors thank Galletas Arluy S.L., and Gvtarra S.A. for supplying the raw materials for the development of this study, and specially The Agency for Economic Development of La Rioja (ADER La Rioja), for its financial support of the realization of this work. Although the physical characteristics of the biscuits were significantly changed, only small negative effects were observed during sensory evaluation up to 50% of purple rice flour substitution compared to the control biscuits. Were subjected to proximate composition, physical and sensory evaluation and biscuit Shelf LifeIntroductionThe introduction should state the.... Treatment was prepared with 20 % wheat germ to conduct subsequent comparisons 18–20°C ) and the ends. Analysis were samples randomly selected from each of the mouth between the groups of biscuits from. Formulated with artichoke fiber‐rich powders was similar to the overall acceptability ) maintained similar values throughout the storage conditions,. 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