Rheological characteristics of suwari and kamaboko gels made of surimi from Indian major carps

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Rheological characteristics of suwari and kamaboko gels made of surimi from Indian major carps

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Title: Rheological characteristics of suwari and kamaboko gels made of surimi from Indian major carps
Author: Sankar, T V; Ramachandran,A
Abstract: The gel strength, compressibility and folding characteristic of suwari (set) and kamaboko (set and cooked) gels prepared from rohu (Labeo rohita), catla (Catla catla) and mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala) surimi were examined to understand the occurrence of suwari and modori phenomena in surimi from major freshwater carps. Suwari setting of gels did not take place at lower temperatures. Suwari gels showed good gel strength at 50 °C for rohu and at 60 °C for catla and mrigal after 30 min setting time. Incubation for 60 min decreased the gel strength at 60 °C for rohu and catla. Setting at 25 °C followed by cooking at 90 °C increased the gel strength. Increased setting temperature, however, decreased the gel strength of cooked gels. Gel strength and compressibility data were supported by folding characteristics.
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/2512
Date: 2002


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