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Effects of green tea powder on the quality attributes of hard red winter wheat flour and Chinese steamed bread

Author:
Ning, Jingming, Hou, Gary G., Sun, Jingjing, Zhang, Zhengzhu, Wan, Xaiochun
Source:
International journal of food science & technology 2019 v.54 no.2 pp. 576-582
ISSN:
0950-5423
Subject:
antioxidant activity, breads, chewiness, color, flavor, green tea, hard red winter wheat, hardness, torque, wheat flour, winter
Abstract:
The effects of green tea powder (GTP) on the properties of hard red winter (HRW) flour and Chinese steamed bread were investigated. GTP was blended with HRW flour at levels of 0.00, 1.00, 2.00, 3.00 and 4.00 g GTP/100 g wheat flour. With the addition of GTP, the maximum torque of flour became stronger. The resilience and degree of green colour of steamed bread increased, while hardness and chewiness decreased, with the addition of GTP. The addition of 1.00% GTP did not significantly affect the specific volume, but remarkably influenced the hardness and resilience of steamed bread. In steamed bread formulated with GTP, the antioxidant activity was 0.84 mm TE per g at 1.00% of GTP and increased with GTP levels. The steamed bread had a pleasant flavour, and the degree of overall liking of steamed bread increased with GTP levels to the maximum used in this work.
Agid:
6277809