Composition for the preparation of raw carrot

 

(57) Abstract:

The invention relates to food industry, in particular to the confectionery industry in the preparation of confectionery. Composition for the preparation of raw carrots contains wheat flour of I grade, granulated sugar, ammonium carbonate, and optionally, gram flour. The components of the composition are contained in the following ratio, (kg) per 100 kg of used flour: wheat flour of I grade - 10-70, flour chickpea - 30-90, water to a moisture content test 23,5-25%, sugar - 62, ammonium carbonate to 0.9. Analysis and tasting showed that the cakes with the addition of gram flour in the best porosity have good organoleptic characteristics, due to the high content of protein and fat in the product have a better taste and higher nutritional value. 3 table.

The invention relates to food industry, in particular to the confectionery industry in the preparation of pastry.

A method of producing raw carrots, which includes wheat flour, sugar, whole egg, fat-containing components, chemical leavening agents, flavorings (1).

, Bukovina excessive density of the crumb.

Closest to the proposed composition is a composition for making mud cakes containing wheat flour of I grade, granulated sugar, molasses, egg, milk powder, margarine, ammonium carbonate salt, bicarbonate of soda, food, flavouring and colouring agents that are taken in appropriate quantity. The flavoring composition contains vanillin or orange or black currant essence, and as the dye tartrazine or cocoa powder, or dye ponco in combination with Indigo (2).

The disadvantage of this composition is that to give the finished product yellowness are not natural and synthetic flavorings produced complex organic synthesis and synthetic dye tartrazine. Synthetic dye produced by diazotization of sulfanilic acid and combined with sulfophenyl-tylersroom in alkaline medium, followed by purification by crystallization. For coloring products used aqueous solution of the dye, which is not subject to long-term storage.

The task of the invention is the use of a natural product, pozvoliaushie IDate him a yellow.

This object is achieved in that the composition for making mud cakes containing wheat flour of I grade, granulated sugar, ammonium carbonate, further comprises gram flour in the following ratio of components (kg) per 100 kg of the flours used:

Wheat flour of I grade 10-70

Flour chickpea 30-90

Water to a moisture content test 23,5-25,0

Sugar 62

Ammonium carbonate 0,9

Introduction to the composition of chickpea flour improves the taste and organoleptic properties due to the development of porosity of the crumb. Biological and nutritional value defined by the presence of fats and essential amino acids. Gram flour contains vitamins A, B1IN2IN6, C, PP, and potassium compounds, calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, selenium, zinc.

The content of chickpea flour in the recipe in the specified ratio provides an original taste characteristics, expanding the range of manufactured cakes, giving a natural yellow color of finished products without the use of dyes.

The content of flour chickpea less than 30% and more than 90% in the carrot doesn't give the right taste.

The content in the composition is the composition of baking powder - ammonium salt in the prescribed dosage, favorably affects the structure of the finished products.

Table 1 shows examples of formulations proposed composition depending on the percentage content of chickpea flour.

The composition is prepared as follows.

The mixing produced on a proportional mixer, which consists of several (three or four) parallel feed screws with variable speed that gives you the ability to move (dose) per unit time, and a different number of raw materials. Then the raw material is delivered into a collecting auger, located perpendicular to the feeding Sneem, where is the uniform moved and transported to the place of the mixer.

Pre-cooked sugar syrup at a temperature of 35 to 40°mix with all the raw materials: wheat, gram flour and chemical leavening within 6-12 minutes

Humidity of raw dough should be 23,5-25%, the temperature of the dough after kneading should not exceed 22°C. it is Therefore necessary to use raw materials, including water temperature no higher than 20°C.

The formation of a homogeneous test can be done in porcionnogo machine and then blanks are baked. Cakes bake 7-12 minutes at a temperature of 200-220°C.

In table 2 and 3 shows the organoleptic and physico-chemical characteristics of cakes, made of the proposed composition.

Their analysis shows that the carrot with the addition of gram flour has a superior taste and organoleptic properties due to the increase in protein content at the expense of chickpea flour, improve porosity.

The use of this composition for the preparation of raw carrot allows to obtain products with a uniform yellow color and to expand the range making cakes without changing the manufacturing process.

A trial batch of gingerbread was made in the laboratory quality grain Sibniishoz, Omsk.

Analysis and tasting showed that the cakes with the addition of gram flour in the best porosity have good organoleptic characteristics, due to the high content of protein and fat in the product have a better taste and higher nutritional value.

Sources of information

1. Copyright certificate №1588350, And 21 D 13/08, 1987.

2. Copyright certificate №2109450, And 21 D 13/08, 1998 (prototypes, ammonium carbonate, characterized in that it further comprises gram flour in the following ratio of components, kg per 100 kg of the flours used:

The flour 10-70

Flour chickpea 30-90

Water to a moisture content test 23,5-25%

Sugar 62

Ammonium carbonate 0,9



 

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