The influence of the addition of instant rice mash on the textural properties of rice bread
The effect of instant rice mash (IRC) addition to rice bread was evaluated. Six samples containing different amounts of IRC (0, 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50%) were added to rice dough. Quality parameters (baking loss, specific volume, and textural properties) were evaluated. Texture properties were analysed in fresh bread and in bread after 24 h of storage. Additions of 10% and 20% of IRC increased baking loss from 15% to 22%, and the specific volume of rice bread from 1.5 mL g–1 to 2.1 mL g–1 (10% of IRC) and 1.9 mL g–1 (20% of IRC). Increasing additions of IRC significantly decreased the hardness and chewiness of both fresh bread and bread stored for 24 h. By adding IRC, the cohesiveness of rice bread was increased. These findings are useful for increasing the quality of rice bread by adding IRC to rice dough.
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