Journal article

Effects of frying, roasting and boiling on aroma profiles of adzuki beans (Vigna angularis) and potential of adzuki bean and millet flours to improve flavor and sensory characteristics of biscuits

Shuang Bi, Aojidong Wang, Fei Lao, Qun Shen, Xiaojun Liao, Pangzhen Zhang, Jihong Wu

Food Chemistry | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2021

Abstract

Volatile compounds of raw and cooked adzuki beans under three cooking methods namely frying, roasting, and boiling were extracted and identified. The odorants in raw beans changed from "green" and "grassy" to "roasted" and "nutty" in fried and roasted beans. Roasted adzuki beans had the greatest number of volatile compounds and best flavor properties. Because volatiles improve biscuit flavor profiles, biscuits were prepared in which wheat flour was substituted with adzuki bean flour and/or millet flour. The effects of grain flours on the sensory acceptability and aroma of biscuits were evaluated. Descriptive sensory analysis showed that the adzuki bean-millet biscuit had the best sensory qua..

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