Article Id: ARCC5362 | Page : 184 - 189
Citation :- PREPARATION AND PROPERTIES OF CARROT FLAVOURED MILK BEVERAGE.Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2005.(24):184 - 189
Charanjiv Singh!, K.S. Grewal and H.K. Sharma1
Address : Department of Food Science and Technology, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana - 141 004, India


Skim milk from buffalo and cow was used in combination with the carrot juice in the proportion of 10, 20 and 30 per cent obtained from three different varieties for preparation of flavoured milk. The flavoured milk beverage was evaluated for physicochemical and organoleptic characteristics. The pH, specific gravity and total solids of flavoured milk were maximum at 10 per cent juice level. The acidity of flavoured milk beverage increased with increase in the juice level. Sediments were highest in the flavoured milk beverage prepared at 30 per cent juice level and lowest at 10 per cent juice level. Though all types of flavoured milk were found acceptable but flavoured milk beverage obtained with incorporation of 20 per cent carrot juice was highly acceptable.



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