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Qualitative Effect of Added Gluten on Dough Properties and Quality of Chinese Steamed Bread
- Fengyun Ma, Byung‐Kee Baik
- Cereal chemistry 2017 v.94 no.5 pp. 827-833
- absorption, dough, extensibility, gluten, protein content, sodium dodecyl sulfate, soft red winter wheat, stress relaxation, wheat flour
- Glutens isolated from 15 soft red winter (SRW) wheat flours were added into a SRW wheat flour to obtain protein levels of 9.6 and 11.3% for determination of the qualitative effect of added gluten on the dough properties and quality of northern‐style Chinese steamed bread (CSB). Sodium dodecyl sulfate sedimentation (SDSS) volume of the gluten source flour exhibited positive relationships with mixograph absorption, midline peak time (MPT), and midline peak value (MPV) of the gluten‐added flours and with surface smoothness, crumb structure, and total score of CSB prepared from the gluten‐added flours regardless of protein content. Positive correlations were also observed between SDSS volume of the gluten source flour and specific volume and stress relaxation score of CSB prepared from the gluten‐added flours of 11.3% protein. The increase in protein content from 9.6 to 11.3% by gluten addition raised mixograph absorption, MPT, and MPV but had no apparent effect on resistance breakdown, dough maximum force for extension, and extensibility, and it increased CSB specific volume and crumb structure score without affecting surface smoothness, stress relaxation, and total score. Mixograph parameters exhibited significant relationships with CSB total score, indicating that they could be effective predictors of the CSB‐making quality of flours.