Record number :
2589272
Title of article :
The Formulation of Cheese Analogue from Sweet Corn Extract
Author/Authors :
Aini, Nur Department of Food Science and Technology - Jenderal Soedirman University - Purwokerto - 53123, Indonesia , Prihananto, Vincentius Department of Food Science and Technology - Jenderal Soedirman University - Purwokerto - 53123, Indonesia , Sustriawan, Budi Department of Food Science and Technology - Jenderal Soedirman University - Purwokerto - 53123, Indonesia , Romadhon, Didik Department of Food Science and Technology - Jenderal Soedirman University - Purwokerto - 53123, Indonesia , Ramadhan, Riza N. Department of Food Science and Technology - Jenderal Soedirman University - Purwokerto - 53123, Indonesia
Pages :
8
From page :
1
To page :
8
Abstract :
Analogue cheese made from sweet corn extract was expected to fulfll the people’s need for cheese and as alternative cheese made from cow’s milk.Te use of maltodextrin as a fller and citric acid as an acidulant was expected to improve the characteristics of corn cheese. Te aims of this article were to (1) determine the optimum concentration of maltodextrin, papain, and citric acid in order to produce corn milk-based cheese analogue with the best characteristics; (2) determine the characteristics of cheese analogue produced using the optimum concentration. Te research design used in this study was Response Surface Methodology (RSM) based on Central Composite Design (CCD) with three factors: citric acid concentration (0.12%, 0.16%, and 0.20%), commercial papain (0.026%, 0.030%, and 0.034%), and maltodextrin (10%, 15%, and 20%). Te optimum formula to produce cheese analogue with the highest protein content and yield was with the addition of 0.20% citric acid, 0.029% papain, and 20% maltodextrin. Te cheese analogue produced from the optimum formula had moisture content of 61.590%, yield of 17.512%, total dissolved solids of 19.00∘ Brix, dissolved protein of 19.837%, acidity (pH) of 5.4, and fat of 6.976%. Te sensory characteristics of cheese analogue spread from sweet corn extract are similar to those of cheese from cow’s milk; i.e., it had a yellowish-white color, distinctive aroma of cheese, no sour taste, and sof texture and was easy to spread. Terefore, it was possible to explore the sweet corn as ingredient of spread cheese that has low fat content.
Keywords :
Formulation , Cheese Analogue , Sweet Corn Extract
Journal title :
International Journal of Food Science
Serial Year :
2019
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