Sensory evaluation of sausages with various proportions of Cyprinus carpio meatšpar L., Buchtová H. (2015): Sensory evaluation of sausages with various proportions of Cyprinus carpio meat. Czech J. Food Sci., 33: 45-51.
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The heat-treated sausages with a proportion (30%, 45%, 60%) of common carp (Cyprinus Carpio L.) meat was evaluated. The products were subjected to sensory evaluation (cold: max. +4°C, heated in water: 90°C/15 min, grilled: 200°C/15 min) and compared with a control (0%, without the addition of fish). There are demonstrated a reduced preference for sausages in dependence on the increasing proportion of fish material in the product. This trend was most pronounced for the factors consistency, overall appearance, general impression, sliced appearance, and tenderness. The method of cooking led to even more pronounced differences. The results showed that this type of product may be produced using ordinary technological processes and that sausages with a proportion of carp meat may be of extremely high quality in nutritional terms and attractive as a food to the consumer..
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