ASSESSMENT OFFUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF DIFFERENT FLOURIn this explorationpaper, the practical properties of different flours were inspected.
Flour to beassessed incorporates wheat flour, rice flour, green gram flour and potatoflour. The practical properties which were checked incorporates water holdingcapacity, oil retention capacity, swelling capacity, forming capacity, gelationconcentration and temperature, emulsion action, and bulk density and morefinished moisture content was additionally checked. Grains are rich vitalitynourishment; they are great wellspring of protein, fiber, fat, vitamins, andminerals. Knowing Functional properties can be imperative to assess the conductand properties of protein, fiber, fat and starch in a specific framework. Forassessing the practical properties of composite flour, crude materials fromnearby market were accomplished. At first moisture content was acquired by ovendrying methodology according to AOAC. After that distinctive utilitarianproperties were assessed by standard systems individually. After investigationall information was recorded and afterward measurable examination was finished.
Results got demonstrated most astounding estimation of moisture content andemulsion action in wheat flour though rice flour indicated minimum incentivefor foaming capacity. Rice flour gives most elevated an incentive for bulkdensity and green gram flour gives least an incentive for gelation concentrationand temperature in examination with different flours. Most elevated anincentive for swelling limit, oil and water ingestion limit and emulsion securitieswere found in potato flour. It is inferred that by including different flourswith base element of any bread shop item we can improve the useful and nourishingproperties of it. Green gram flour and potato flour indicated all the moregreat utilitarian property so they can be wanted to use for preparing ofsignificant worth included items as they are common, modest and have greatpractical properties.REFERENCE: Chandra, S. and Samsher. Assessmentof functional properties of different flours.
African journal of agriculturalresearch. Vol 8(38). (2013). 4849-4852. DOI: 10.5897/AJAR2013.6905 http://www.academicjournals.
org/article/article1380886212_Chandra%2520and%2520Samsher.pdfPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OFWHEAT FLOUR COMPOSITES DRY- COATED WITH MICROPARTICULATED SOYBEAN HULLS ANDRICE FLOUR AND THEIR USE FOR LOW- FAT DOUGHNUT PREPARATION In this research paper,physical properties of wheat flour with dry coated rice flour and soybean hullwere inspected. By utilizing hybridization framework, dry coating of Microparticulated rice flour and soybean flour was done on wheat flour. Diversephysical properties were checked which incorporates swelling capacity, oil andwater retention capacity, pasting viscosity, peak viscosity , meltingtemperatures, and melting enthalpy. The composite wheat flours showed thehigher water-holding capacity yet bring down swelling capacity and oil-holdingcapacity than their partner blends. In pasting viscosity, the composites ofwheat and rice flours had significantly brought down qualities for peak viscosityand breakdown than did unadulterated wheat flour. The joining of soybean hullsto the composites of wheat and rice flours additionally lessened the peakviscosity.
The composites with rice flour and soybean hulls demonstratedsomewhat higher melting temperatures yet bring down melting enthalpy contrastedwith the partner blends. By utilizing the composite flours for the deep-fat frieddoughnut preparation, the oil take-up could be significantlydiminished by roughly 30%, in contrast with unadulterated wheat flour or theblend tests. The composite wheat flours with microparticulated rice flour andsoybean hulls created mixture lattices with enhanced conservativeness and cellstructure, which were credited to the lessened fat take-up during frying.