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APPLICATION OF RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY TO OPTIMIZE SOME FERMENTATION AND FORMULATION CONDITIONS OF WHEAT DOUGH FORTIFIED WITH MALT CULMS FLOUR

Abstract : The effect of four different parameters namely the malt culms flour addition, the salt percentage, the fermentation period and temperature on two quality indicators of bread dough deformation and total titratable acidity was analyzed and interpreted by response surface methodology. The optimization of the imposed experimental conditions led to a quality dough characterized by 23.86 % deformation and 2.64 mL NaOH 0.1 N total titratable acidity. These values were obtained using wheat flour with addition of 7.4 % malt culms flour and salt in a quantity of 2.25 % compared to the total amount of flour. The dough was subjected to fermentation for 43 minutes at a temperature of 36 degrees C. The bread obtained after baking presented similar organoleptic characteristics to those registered for the white bread its increased nutrient intake recommending its consumption for an equilibrated diet.
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Andrei Simon, Cristina G. Grigoras, Lidia Favier, Gabriela Muntianu, Lucian Gavrila. APPLICATION OF RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY TO OPTIMIZE SOME FERMENTATION AND FORMULATION CONDITIONS OF WHEAT DOUGH FORTIFIED WITH MALT CULMS FLOUR. Annals of the University Dunarea de Jos of Galati, Fascicle Vi-Food Technology, 2019, 43 (2), pp.84-99. ⟨10.35219/foodtechnology.2019.2.06⟩. ⟨hal-02498314⟩

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