The quality difference between frankfurters seasoned with conventional and organic spices
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Frankfurters seasoned with conventional and organic garlic or coriander were investigated for the differences in taste and odor intensities, instrumental color and oxidative stability during 35 days of cold storage. Garlic powder, both organic (0.78 mg MDA/kg) and conventional (0.71 mg MDA/kg), promoted lipid oxidation compared to control frankfurters without garlic (0.52 mg MDA/kg). Consumers assessed odor (6.68) and taste (6.18) intensities of frankfurters with organic garlic significantly higher compared to the odor (4.73) and taste (4.65) of the frankfurters with conventional garlic. Color of frankfurters with organic or conventional spices was also significantly different. At the 95% confidence level, at least 20% of the consumers could distinguish between the samples with organic and conventional garlic, and at least 14% of the consumers between the samples with organic and conventional coriander. For the first time it is suggested that seasoning with organic instead of conventio...nally produced spices might improve quality characteristics of meat products.
Keywords:Lipid oxidation / Sausages / Sensory evaluation / Spices
Source:Acta Periodica Technologica, 2017, 48, 275-284
- Univerzitet u Novom Sadu - Tehnološki fakultet, Novi Sad