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DEVELOPMENT OF LOW FAT EMULSION BASED SMOKED SAUSAGES USING DIFFERENT HUMECTANTS

Article Id: ARCC738 | Page : 306 - 310
Citation :- DEVELOPMENT OF LOW FAT EMULSION BASED SMOKED SAUSAGES USING DIFFERENT HUMECTANTS.Asian Journal of Dairy and Food Research.2012.(31):306 - 310
S.S. Ahlawat*, D.P. Sharma, N. Khanna and R.S. Dabur ahlawatss9@gmail.com
Address : Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, CCS Haryana Agriculture University, Campus, Hisar-125 004, India

Abstract

Emulsion based smoked sausages were developed using skim milk power (SMP) and sodium casienate at 2, 3, 4 and 5% levels as humectants and refined oil at 5, 10, 15 and 20% levels to improve the products acceptability. The selected levels of fat and humectants were used in combinations for further improvement in meat emulsions. The developed product was stored at ambient (25±2 0C) and refrigeration (4±1 0C) temperatures. However, smoked sausages prepared with 4% SMP, 2% sodium casienate and 10% fat individually got significantly higher sensory scores. The sausages developed with combination of fat (10%) and SMP (4%) showed highest sensory scores, percent moisture retention, cooking and smoking yields with lowest diameter shrinkage, water activity and shear press value. The shelf life of the developed product was improved 3 days in refrigeration and 2 day at ambient temperature as compare to control. It is concluded that the quality and shelf life of smoked sausages can be improved by making them emulsion based using a combination of fat (10%) and SMP (4%) as humectants.

Keywords

Emulsion Fat Humectants Skim milk powder Smoked sausages Sodium casienate.

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