Method for producing of shortcake

FIELD: food-processing industry, in particular, production of farinaceous confectioneries.

SUBSTANCE: method involves preparing shortcake dough by mixing emulsion and flour mixture. Emulsion is prepared by solving sand sugar in water in an amount of 2/3 by weight thereof; when indicated in receipt, adding invert syrup and/or sugar syrup; mixing with melted fatty product. Bulk component mixture is produced by mixing flour, starch, egg powder, dried milk, 1/3 of sand sugar in the form of sand powder, chemical leavens, edible salt and other bulk components envisaged by receipt, such as poppy, and/or cinnamon, and/or cocoa powder.

EFFECT: improved quality of shortcake.

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The invention is intended to improve the quality of sugar cookies and belongs to food industry, in particular to the confectionery industry.

There is a method of cooking sugar cookies, providing for the preparation of the emulsion and flour mixture [1].

The disadvantage of this method is the low level of quality of finished products, as proposed in these methods, the solution aims to improve the quality of first emulsion used to prepare this type of cookie.

The closest analogue on the task being solved and achieved technical result is the method of production of sugar cookies, providing for the preparation of the emulsion by dissolving in water, sugar, salt and baking powder in the form of ammonium salts, the preparation of a mixture of dry components for subsequent mixing with the emulsion and adding the kneading to the mixture of baking powder as baking soda and flour, then cutting the dough, baking, cooling and packaging of finished products [2].

The mixture of dry components prepared from starch, egg powder, powdered sugar, powdered milk; fat is deposited in plasticized condition in a mixture of dry components.

The known method is complex in execution, is characterized by multi-phase and a large number of on the shackles for kneading dough.

The aim of the invention is to improve the quality of the finished cookies.

This goal is achieved through the preparation of the emulsion, comprising 2/3 of the prescription of the quantities of sugar, syrup and/or invert syrup, if it is provided by the recipe, and fat product in the molten state (e.g., margarine), and flavoring; mix dry components, including flour, starch, egg powder, milk powder, chemical leavening agents, the remaining 1/3 of sugar in the form of powdered sugar, edible salt and other bulk components, if provided for by the recipe (for example, in the form of poppy and/or cinnamon and/or cocoa powder).

The dough is prepared by mixing the emulsion and the mixture of dry components. The dough is formed into billets, bake and cool cookies with subsequent packaging.

The composition of the emulsion and the mixture of dry components are installed based on the creation of favorable conditions for the occurrence of mass transfer processes for the formation of stable plastic properties of the test and determining the receipt of the finished cookies with a high level of quality on the organoleptic and physico-chemical parameters.

Sugar dough characterized by a limited swelling of the proteins of the flour and the lack of internal gluten frame.

The formation of plastic TEC is and provides temperature and time conditions of the batch, low moisture content of dough and fat, which is adsorbed on the surface of particles of flour, forms a film that prevents the adsorption of water. However, after kneading continues the flow of mass transfer processes associated with the swelling of the starch and proteins of the flour, leading to the development of gluten and modifying the properties of the test. The dough loses typical plastic properties begin to emerge elastic; the quality of the sugar cookies worse on organoleptic properties.

When kneading dough on the emulsion and the mixture of dry components changes the nature of the flow mass transfer processes. This creates the conditions of severe competition for water between more water-soluble hydrophilic and swellable substances of the mixture components, which helps limit swelling primarily of gluten proteins in the flour and the formation of stable plastic test.

Biscuits is a more correct form, with a more distinct pattern on the surface, the best friability and high porosity.

The preparation of the biscuits is as follows. First, lead the preparation of the emulsion, in water, dissolve the sugar in the amount of 2/3 of all its members and add, if it is provided by the recipe, invery syrup and/or molasses. Then add the fat product, such as margarine, rasplavlennom condition, then all the components are mixed by adding at the end the mixing of flavoring.

Together with the preparation of a mixture of dry components by mixing flour, starch, egg powder, 1/3 sugar in the icing sugar, milk powder, chemical leavening agents, edible salt and other bulk components, if provided for by the recipe, in the form of poppy and/or cinnamon and/or cocoa powder.

The dough is prepared by mixing the emulsion and the mixture of dry components to obtain a homogeneous mass with humidity from 15.5% to 17.5% and a temperature of 24 to 26°C for 5-7 minutes.

The resulting dough is formed on the dough pieces, which are sent to your cakes for 5-7 minutes at a temperature varying by zone:

1-area of 220 to 240°C, 2-zone from 260 to 280°C, 3-zone from 250 to 270°

After baking the cookies cooled within 4-6 min with subsequent fasovannoy in bundles and Packed in corrugated boxes.

Example 1

Prepare the emulsion by dissolving in the estimated amount of water of 18.2 kg sugar with the addition of 2.0 kg of invert syrup and mix with 15,0 kg of margarine in the molten state and 0,375 kg flavoring.

The granular mixture components are obtained by mixing 80,0 kg baking wheat flour of the highest grade, 6.0 kg of corn starch, 9.3 kg of icing sugar, 0.75 kg of milk is ohoho cow, 3.0 kg egg powder, 0.6 kg of bicarbonate of soda, 0,075 kg ammonium carbonate, 0.6 kg of edible salt.

The dough receive, mixing the emulsion and the mixture of dry components to a homogeneous mass, followed by forming dough pieces, cookies baking and cooling. The quality indicators sugar cookies "Orange" are shown in table 1, where the control sample is cookies with the dough on the flour mixture.

Example 2

Prepare the emulsion by dissolving in the estimated amount of water 18.3 kg of sugar with the addition of 5.5 kg of invert syrup and mixed with 12.5 kg of margarine in the molten state and 0.25 kg of flavoring.

The granular mixture components are obtained by mixing 80,0 kg baking wheat flour 1st grade, 6.0 kg of corn starch, 9,2 kg of icing sugar, 0.4 kg of milk a dry cow, 1,04 kg egg powder, 0.6 kg of edible salt.

The quality indicators sugar cookies are shown in table 1, which shows that the proposed method can improve the quality of the finished product, increasing the organoleptic evaluation and namakemono.

LITERATURE

1. Technological instructions for the production of flour confectionery products. The Committee on the bread of the Russian Federation, all-Russian research Institute confectionery, M.: 1992, p.21-25.

2. Zaichenko A.M. SPO is about the production of sugar cookies. Patent No. 2105478, And 21 D 13/08.

1. Method for the production of sugar cookies, providing for the preparation of the emulsion by dissolving in water, sugar, preparation of a mixture of loose components, kneading the dough, forming the dough pieces, baking and cooling the finished products and their packaging, characterized in that in the preparation of emulsion sugar take 2/3 of the amount in the recipe and fat product in the molten state, in the preparation of the mixture of dry components into it further added to table salt, chemical leavening agents.

2. Method for the production of sugar cookies according to claim 1, characterized in that impose additional and other loose components, if it is provided by the formulation in the form of poppy and/or cocoa powder.



 

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4 cl, 2 ex

FIELD: food-processing industry, in particular, manufacture of farinaceous products.

SUBSTANCE: torte is made in the form of biscuit sheets laid onto one another and layered with protein cream based on agar-agar. Outer surface of top sheet is covered with layer of fruit jam, onto which layer of marmalade "Orange segments" is placed. Side surface of sheets is covered with cherry or strawberry jam and spilled with biscuit crumb. Biscuit sheets are produced by aerating of melange with sand sugar at rotational speed of 240-280 rev/min for 30-40 min until volume of mass has increased by 2.5-3 times. In the course of aeration, top-grade wheat flour is introduced in two-three stages in an amount providing dough moisture content of 36-38%, and at the end of aeration process rum essence is added. Resultant dough is laid in pans covered with paper and baked at temperature of 195-2000C for 50-55 min, followed by cooling for 25-30 min at temperature of 25-300C. Produced sheet is withdrawn from pan and held for 8-10 hours at temperature of 15-200C. Simultaneously, protein cream based on agar-agar is prepared by aerating at rotational speed of 280-310 rev/min for 7-10 min until volume of mixture has increased by 2.5-3 times of crude egg albumen, with following adding of sand sugar and continuing of aeration process for 9-11 min. Sugar agar-agar syrup with temperature of 85-950C is introduced in thin stream, said syrup being produced by mixing of sand sugar and agar-agar solution used in the ratio of 4:1, respectively. Vanillin and food colorant are introduced at the end of aeration process. Biscuit crumb is obtained by preparing dough in the manner similar to that for preparing of biscuit sheets, with following frying of dough at temperature of 220-2300C until brown tint is provided, cooling and rubbing through sieve. Mixtures for preparing of biscuit sheets and protein cream based on agar-agar are used in weight ratio of (33-34):(27-28). Biscuit crumb is used in an amount of 1-1.2%, cherry or strawberry jam 0.7-0.75%, marmalade 0.8-0.85%, respectively, by weight of torte. Biscuit components are used in weight parts: melange 15-15.5; sand sugar 8-8.3; top-grade wheat flour 10-10.5; essence 0.1-0.15. Components for protein cream based on agar-agar are used in the following ratio (weight parts): sand sugar 17-19; crude egg albumen 8.5-9.5; agar-agar 0.15-0.2; vanillin 0.05-0.051; food colorant 0.01-0.011. Composition for preparing of torte is produced so that biscuit and cream are not mixed with one another to increase shelf life to 4 days.

EFFECT: improved quality and prolonged shelf life of product.

3 cl, 2 ex

Torte "slav" // 2245047

FIELD: food-processing industry, in particular, manufacture of farinaceous products.

SUBSTANCE: torte is made in the form of biscuit sheets laid onto one another and layered with cream "Prazhsky". Outer surface of top sheet is covered with layer of sunflower halva and side surfaces of sheets are spilled with fried biscuit crumb. Biscuit sheets are produced by aerating of melange with sand sugar at rotational speed of 240-280 rev/min for 30-40 min until volume of mass has increased by 2.5-3 times. In the course of aeration, top-grade wheat flour is introduced in two-three stages in an amount providing dough moisture content of 36-38%. Essence is added into mass at the end of aerating process. Resultant dough is laid in pans covered with paper and baked at temperature of 195-2000C for 50-55 min, followed by cooling for 25-30 min at temperature of 25-300C. Produced sheets are withdrawn from pan and held for 8-10 hours at temperature of 15-200C. Cream Prazhsky is produced by continuous aerating during the entire preparing process of mixture of egg yolks and water used in the ratio of 1:1 and whole condensed milk. Mixture is boiled out to pasty consistency, cooled, unsalted softened butter is introduced and, at the end of process, vanillin is added. Fried biscuit crumb is produced by preparing of dough in manner similar to that for preparing of biscuit sheet, with following frying thereof at temperature of 220-2300C until brown tint is obtained, cooling and rubbing through sieve. Mixtures for preparing of biscuit sheets and cream Prazhsky are used in weight ratio of (1-1.2):(1-1.2). Sunflower halva is used in an amount of 8.5-9.5% and biscuit crumb in an amount of 5.5-6.5, respectively by weight of torte. Components for preparing of biscuit are used in the following ratio, weight parts: melange 18.5-20.5; sand sugar 11-12; top-grade wheat flour 11.5-12.5; essence 0.065-0.075. Components for preparing of cream Prazhsky are used in the following ratio, weight parts: unsalted butter 17-18; whole condensed milk 10-11; egg yolk 4.3-4.7; vanillin 0.03-0.05. Torte of such composition has distinct layers of biscuit and cream. Shelf life of torte is about 4 days.

EFFECT: regular and stable shape, attractive appearance, soft consistency, improved quality and prolonged shelf life of product.

3 cl, 2 ex

FIELD: food-processing industry, in particular, manufacture of farinaceous products.

SUBSTANCE: fancy cake is baked farinaceous semi-finished product obtained from scalded dough and filled with cream "Charlotte", onto which fondant coating is applied. Scalded dough is prepared by preliminary heating to boiling state of mixture. Mixture is prepared from water, butter and salt, with top-grade wheat flour being added in an amount providing dough moisture content in the range of 35-36%. Resultant mass is cooked through the entire volume thereof while being mixed for 30-60 s, cooled to temperature of 65-700C for 15-20 min while being mixed. Portions of melange are added into mass and the latter is settled in the form of individual articles and baked. Cream "Charlotte" is prepared by aerating of unsalted butter and syrup "Charlotte" at rotational speed of 280-310 rev/min for 20-30 min until volume is increased by 2.5-3 times. Syrup "Charlotte" is produced by aerating of sand sugar, whole condensed milk, and eggs. At the end of aeration process, cognac or dessert wine and vanilla powder are added. Fondant is prepared by initially introducing sand sugar into boiling water for producing of sugar syrup of 45-50% concentration, then syrup heated to temperature of 50-600C is introduced. Resultant mixture is cooked-through until mass acquires 25-30% concentration, with following cooling to temperature of 45-500C, adding acetic essence of 10% concentration and immediately distributing said mass on surface of farinaceous semi-finished product filled with cream "Charlotte". Components for fancy cake are used in the following ratio, weight parts: for farinaceous semi-finished product: top-grade wheat flour 480-500, butter 240, melange 840-850, salt 6-6.2; for cream "Charlotte: butter 760-770, syrup "Charlotte" 1,400-1,415, vanilla powder 8-8.4, cognac or dessert wine 3-3.4; for syrup "Charlotte": sand sugar 760-770, egg 130-140, whole condensed milk 500-520; for fondant: sand sugar 900-910, starch syrup 130-135, acetic essence of 10% concentration 3-3.2. Fancy cake has distinct cream and biscuit layers. Shelf life is about 4 days.

EFFECT: regular and stable shape, attractive shape, improved quality, soft consistency, and prolonged shelf life.

2 ex

FIELD: food-processing industry, in particular, manufacture of farinaceous products.

SUBSTANCE: fancy pie is composed of layers put onto one another and covered with fruit jam, onto which fondant coat is applied. To obtain dough for semi-finished farinaceous product, mixture of top-grade flour, water, and citric acid is preliminarily prepared, said components being used in amounts providing moisture content in mixture in the range of 41-44%. Resultant mixture is held for 28-35 min for swelling of gluten. Dough is rolled, layered with softened margarine, repeatedly rolled and cooled. Dough is then cut into several portions. Article in the form of sheet is formed from each dough portion and baked at temperature of 230-2400C. One rolled dough portion is put onto other portion and simultaneously fruit jam is spread thereon. Fruit jam is produced from fruit pomace by cooking thereof at temperature of 102-1070C with sand sugar for 15-20 min for obtaining of mass with moisture content of 30-35%, with lemon ground to pulp state being added into said mass. For preparing of fondant, sand sugar is initially introduced into boiling water for obtaining of sugar solution of 45-50% concentration, then syrup heated to temperature of 50-600C. Said mixture is cooked-through to provide 25-30% concentration, cooled to temperature of 45-500C and acetic essence of 10% concentration is added. Fondant is immediately spread on outer surface of upper layer of farinaceous semi-finished product. Fancy cake components are used in the following ratio, weight parts: for farinaceous semi-finished product: top-grade wheat flour 2,100-2,300, margarine 1,500-1,700, citric acid 0.038-0.04; for jam: pulped lemon 0.138-0.14; for fondant: sand sugar 1,100-1,200, starch syrup 150-155, acetic essence of 10% concentration 0.018-0.02. Shelf life of product is about 7 days.

EFFECT: regular and stable shape, attractive appearance, improved quality, soft consistency and prolonged shelf life.

2 ex

Torte "halva roll" // 2245050

FIELD: food-processing industry, in particular, manufacture of farinaceous products.

SUBSTANCE: torte is made in the form of rolled biscuit preliminarily layered with mixture of cream "Prazhsky" and sunflower halva. Outer surface of torte is covered with chocolate glaze. Biscuit is produced by aerating of melange with sand sugar at rotational speed of 240-280 rev/min for 30-40 min until volume of mass has increased by 2.5-3 times. In the course of aeration, top-grade wheat flour is introduced in two-three stages in an amount providing dough moisture content of 36-38%, and rum essence is added. Resultant dough is formed for obtaining of 4-5 mm thick dough sheet, which is placed onto paper-covered pan and baked at temperature of 195-2000C for 20-25 min. Cream "Prazhsky" is prepared by continuous aerating through the entire process of mixture of egg yolks and water used in the ratio of 1:1 and whole condensed milk. Said mixture is boiled out to pasty consistency, cooled, and softened unsalted butter is added, and at the end of process, vanillin is introduced. Cream "Prazhsky" is mixed with sunflower halva in the ratio of (8-8.5):(5.8-6.2). Immediately after baking, mixture of cream "Prazhsky" and sunflower halva is applied onto biscuit and the latter is rolled. Biscuit and mixture of cream "Prazhsky" and sunflower halva are used in weight ratio of (25-27):(15-17). Chocolate glaze is used in an amount of 9-10% by weight of torte. Biscuit components are used in the following ratio, weight parts: melange 15-16; sand sugar 10-11; top-grade wheat flour 10-11; rum essence 0.1-0.14. Components for preparing of cream "Prazhsky" are used in the following ratio (weight parts): unsalted butter 5-5.2; whole condensed milk 3-3.1; egg yolk 1.2-1.3; vanillin 0.4-0.41. Torte has distinct layers of biscuit and cream. Shelf life is about 4 days.

EFFECT: regular and stable shape, attractive appearance, improved quality, soft consistency and prolonged shelf life.

3 cl, 2 ex

Torte "delight" // 2245051

FIELD: food-processing industry, in particular, manufacture of farinaceous products.

SUBSTANCE: torte is made in the form of biscuit sheets laid onto one another and layered with aerated cream of 20-30%-fatness. Outer surface of torte is covered with chocolate glaze. Golden balls and stone-free prune are placed on outer surface of top sheet. Biscuit sheets are produced by aerating of melange with sand sugar at rotational speed of 240-280 rev/min for 30-40 min until volume of mass has increased by 2.5-3 times, with following adding, in the course of aeration, of margarine and top-grade wheat flour, the latter being introduced in two-three stages in an amount providing dough moisture content of 36-38%. Resultant dough is laid in pans covered with paper and baked at temperature of 195-2000C for 50-55 min, followed by cooling for 25-30 min at temperature of 25-300C. Ready sheet is withdrawn from pan and held for 8-10 hours at temperature of 15-200C. Aerated cream of 20-30% fatness is cream produced from vegetable fats. Golden balls are prepared from yeast dough, from which individual spherical pieces of walnut size are formed and laid in row. Upper surface of spherical pieces is decorated with cracked nut and baked until golden tint is obtained. Biscuit is used in an amount of 31-31.5%, cream 31-31.5%, stone-free prune 24-25%, chocolate glaze 12.4-13%, golden balls 1-1.2% by weight of torte. Components for preparing of biscuit are used in the following ratio, weight parts: melange 22-23; sand sugar 31-32; top-grade wheat flour 40-42; margarine 31-32. Shelf life of torte is about 7.5 days.

EFFECT: regular and stable shape, attractive appearance, prolonged shelf life and reduced production time.

3 cl, 2 ex

Torte "prince" // 2245052

FIELD: food-processing industry, in particular, manufacture of farinaceous products.

SUBSTANCE: torte is made in the form of biscuit sheets laid onto one another, layered with aerated cream of 20-30%-fatness and soaked with syrup. Side surfaces of sheets are spilled with coconut chips. Outer surface of top sheet is decorated with black currant jam and white chocolate. Torte sheets are produced by aerating of eggs with sand sugar at rotational speed of 240-280 rev/min for 30-40 min until volume of mass has increased by 2.5-3 times. In the course of aeration, top-grade wheat flour is introduced in two-three stages in an amount providing dough moisture content of 36-38%. Resultant dough is laid in pans covered with paper and baked at temperature of 195-2000C for 50-55 min, followed by cooling for 25-30 min at temperature of 25-300C. Produced sheet is withdrawn from pan and held for 8-10 hours at temperature of 15-200C. Soaking syrup is prepared by adding cognac into sugar solution with moisture content of 18-20%. Cream is mixture of fat-free milk, animal and vegetable fats used in the ratio of (3-4):(10-12):(20-21). Mixtures for preparing of biscuit and soaking syrup are used in weight ratio of (9-9.5):(1-1.2). Cream is used in an amount of 7-8%, white chocolate 2.2-2.22%, coconut chips 3-3.2%, black currant jam 3-3.2% by weight of torte. Components for preparing of biscuit are used in the following ratio, weight parts: sand sugar 1.15-1.2; egg 2.4-2.5; top-grade wheat flour 9.5-10.5. Soaking syrup is prepared on the base of components used in the following ratio, weight parts: sand sugar 0.5-0.51; cognac 0.005-0.0051. Components are used in the ratio providing preparing of composition allowing sheets to be uniformly soaked with syrup without mixing of biscuit mass and cream to increase shelf life to about 4 days.

EFFECT: improved quality and prolonged shelf life of product.

3 cl, 2 ex

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