STORAGE STUDIES OF BOTTLE GOURD AND PUMPKIN KHEER

Article Id: ARCC698 | Page : 99 - 103
Citation :- STORAGE STUDIES OF BOTTLE GOURD AND PUMPKIN KHEER.Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2012.(31):99 - 103
S.P. Changade, M. Waseem, P.G. Wasnik, G.N. Narnaware and J.S. Chapke
Address : Department of Dairy Technology, College of Dairy Technology, Warud – 445 204, India

Abstract

The microbial qualities of kheer with or without preservatives in different packaging were studied. The observations recorded expressed that, refrigerated storage without preservative (R1) and ambient storage with and without preservative (A1, A2) did not establish any significant difference between the shelf life amongst various treatments, for any type of packaging. It was concluded that vegetable kheer T1 in refrigerated storage with preservative in glass bottle packaging is most suitable as a nutritional supplement with longer shelf life (20 days) to replace common rice kheer (4 days). The market acceptance was decided by considering the 858 consumers. Results recorded revealed that use of bottle gourd or pumpkin in the form of cubes and shreds for preparation of kheer influence the consumer acceptance. Irrespective of sex and age 451 (53 %) consumers had given their preference for treatment T1, while 508 (59 %) consumers had given their preference for treatment T3.

Keywords

Bottle gourd Pumpkin Kheer Microbial qualities Shelf life Consumer acceptance.

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