Acceptability in the optimal formulation of chrysin with partial replacement of pituca flour

Resumen

The aim of this research is to determine the acceptability of chrysin with the partial replacement of pituca flour by protein intake. The methodology applied was based on a quasi-experimental design and the ingredients used for the research were foods with a high nutritional percentage that are pituca flour (16.36%) and wheat flour (47.27%), margarine (5.45%), white sugar (5.45%), water (25%) and yeast (0.09%). The results obtained through the descriptive test in which the results of 20 panelists were collected, the data were evaluated through the MINITAB and SPSS programs. The number of formulations and at the same time the prognosis of ingredient behaviour was determined by a Taguchi chart. The acceptability of chrysin was determined by microbiological studies and physicochemical analyses obtained, which resulted in no differences from the product, but if they are within the parameters required by the standard, the percentage of proteins was also checked.

Biografía del autor

Pervis Paredes, National University Federico Villarreal, (Peru).

National University Federico Villarreal, (Peru).

Doris Esenarro, National University Federico Villarreal, (Peru).

National University Federico Villarreal, (Peru).

Jannina J. Bernabe, National University Federico Villarreal, (Peru).

National University Federico Villarreal, (Peru).

Wilber Quispe, National University Federico Villarreal, (Peru).

National University Federico Villarreal, (Peru).

Publicado
2020-11-13
Cómo citar
Paredes, P., Esenarro, D., Bernabe, J., & Quispe, W. (2020). Acceptability in the optimal formulation of chrysin with partial replacement of pituca flour. 3C Tecnología. Glosas De Innovación Aplicadas a La Pyme, 137-147. Recuperado a partir de http://ojs.3ciencias.com/index.php/3c-tecnologia/article/view/1099