Optimization of Persea Americana pulp incorporated cookies using sensory analysis: a response surface methodology

  • Jobil J Arackal Research Scholar, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Periyar University Salem, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Parameshwari S Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Periyar University Salem, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract

The sensory properties are vital in catching shopper eye and subsequently impacting their inclinations and purchasing choices for nourishment items. Taste, colour, texture, mouthfeel, aroma, flavour, and overall acceptability are sensory properties which are regularly used to portray the nature of the treats, just as to foresee customer response. In this examination were embraced to discover the impact of various degrees of Persea Americana fruit pulp (A), honey (B) and wheat flour (C) consolidated treats and their ideal levels. Information got from Response surface methodology of Persea Americana incorporated cookies treats were exposed to the investigation of change (ANOVA) and examined utilizing a second-request polynomial condition. Response surface methodology was demonstrated to be a satisfactory methodology for displaying the organoleptic parameters and the level of preferring of good Persea Americana cookies. After the effects of this investigation discovered that a most extreme attractive score that can be accomplished with the ideal estimation of taste was 7.8, texture 6.68, flavour 7.11 and by and overall acceptances 8.44 scores. This example was viewed as the best advancing hotspot for tangible traits.

Keywords: Optimization, Sensory, Response surface methodology, Trails

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2019-10-16
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Jobil J Arackal, & Parameshwari S. (2019). Optimization of Persea Americana pulp incorporated cookies using sensory analysis: a response surface methodology. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 10(4), 3209-3216. https://doi.org/10.26452/ijrps.v10i4.1624
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