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Journal Details
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Journal
eISSN
2616-1923
First Published
30 Apr 2019
Publication timeframe
2 times per year
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English

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Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
2616-1923
First Published
30 Apr 2019
Publication timeframe
2 times per year
Languages
English

Search

2 Articles
Open Access

Preparation and Quality Evaluation of Underutilized Unripe Papaya Candy

Published Online: 15 Sep 2022
Page range: -

Abstract

Abstract

In nature, papaya is fast-growing, high-yielding, and has a variety of varieties that can produce economically important products on a commercial scale, which can also be blended with other fruits. So, for the utilization of unripe papaya wastage, this study presents candies prepared from unripe papaya using different sweeteners. It helps in the improvement of digestion, due to rich in enzyme papain and composed of several nutritional compositions like Vitamin C and Vitamin A. Sugar-based candy (A) and Honey based candy (B) was prepared with 1.15 kg each of edible portion. Each candy was prepared using similar initial concentrations i.e., 30°Bx and final concentrations of 70°Bx. On alternate days, the syrup’s strength was increased by 10 °Brix TSS, reaching a maximum strength of 70 °Brix TSS. 0.1% of citric acid was added on the basis of sugar syrup initially present when TSS reached to 60°Brix. They were then dried at 60°C for 12 h in a hot air oven. From sensory analysis, honey-based candy was found to be the best product. The result shows that the moisture content, total ash, crude fat, crude fiber, Vitamin C, reducing sugar, Total sugar, crude protein, acidity, pH, and carbohydrate of A and B was found to be 12.35±1.44%, 0.25±0.02%, 0.28±0.06%, 0.46±0.05%, 21.71±7.13 mg/100g, 6.45±0.09%, 29.45±0.95%, 5.94±0.81%, 0.19±0.06%, 6.35±0.11 and 80.38±1.71% respectively. Similarly, 16.03±1.11%, 0.37±0.05%, 0.31±0.07%, 0.56±0.10%, 15.11±4.33mg/100g, 29.64±0.09%, 76.81±0.58%, 6.29±1.21%, 0.14±0.04%, 6.66±0.06 and 76.87±1.04% respectively were found for honey-based candies.

Keywords

  • Drying
  • Honey
  • Papaya Wastage
  • Total Sugar
  • Unripe Papaya
Open Access

Standardization of Recipe of Value-Added Functional Aloe Vera Drink Enriched with Moringa Leave

Published Online: 12 Dec 2022
Page range: -

Abstract

Abstract

This study aimed to investigate the standard formulation of aloe Vera drinks using different moringa leaf extract levels and assess the quality parameters. The result showed the moisture content of the formulated samples was 99.85 to 99.80%, with higher in sample T2 and lowered in the control sample (T0). The protein content for all samples ranged from o.11 to 0.42%, with the highest found in sample (T3) and lowest found in sample T0. The pH was increased from 3.8 to 4.13 for all samples. The mean values of TSS of aloe Vera drink for all samples were ranged between 11.33 to 13.67 %. The acidity for all samples was in the ranges of 0.25 to 0.31%. The sensory attributes of drinks were evaluated in terms of color, flavor, taste, and overall acceptability. After increasing, the moringa leaves percentage; the consumer acceptance was gradually decreased. Overall, sample T1 containing 1% moringa leaves blended with 4% aloe Vera showed a reliable result compared to other samples.

Keywords

  • Aloe Vera
  • Moringa leaves
  • Drinks
  • Acidity
  • Sensory Evaluation
2 Articles
Open Access

Preparation and Quality Evaluation of Underutilized Unripe Papaya Candy

Published Online: 15 Sep 2022
Page range: -

Abstract

Abstract

In nature, papaya is fast-growing, high-yielding, and has a variety of varieties that can produce economically important products on a commercial scale, which can also be blended with other fruits. So, for the utilization of unripe papaya wastage, this study presents candies prepared from unripe papaya using different sweeteners. It helps in the improvement of digestion, due to rich in enzyme papain and composed of several nutritional compositions like Vitamin C and Vitamin A. Sugar-based candy (A) and Honey based candy (B) was prepared with 1.15 kg each of edible portion. Each candy was prepared using similar initial concentrations i.e., 30°Bx and final concentrations of 70°Bx. On alternate days, the syrup’s strength was increased by 10 °Brix TSS, reaching a maximum strength of 70 °Brix TSS. 0.1% of citric acid was added on the basis of sugar syrup initially present when TSS reached to 60°Brix. They were then dried at 60°C for 12 h in a hot air oven. From sensory analysis, honey-based candy was found to be the best product. The result shows that the moisture content, total ash, crude fat, crude fiber, Vitamin C, reducing sugar, Total sugar, crude protein, acidity, pH, and carbohydrate of A and B was found to be 12.35±1.44%, 0.25±0.02%, 0.28±0.06%, 0.46±0.05%, 21.71±7.13 mg/100g, 6.45±0.09%, 29.45±0.95%, 5.94±0.81%, 0.19±0.06%, 6.35±0.11 and 80.38±1.71% respectively. Similarly, 16.03±1.11%, 0.37±0.05%, 0.31±0.07%, 0.56±0.10%, 15.11±4.33mg/100g, 29.64±0.09%, 76.81±0.58%, 6.29±1.21%, 0.14±0.04%, 6.66±0.06 and 76.87±1.04% respectively were found for honey-based candies.

Keywords

  • Drying
  • Honey
  • Papaya Wastage
  • Total Sugar
  • Unripe Papaya
Open Access

Standardization of Recipe of Value-Added Functional Aloe Vera Drink Enriched with Moringa Leave

Published Online: 12 Dec 2022
Page range: -

Abstract

Abstract

This study aimed to investigate the standard formulation of aloe Vera drinks using different moringa leaf extract levels and assess the quality parameters. The result showed the moisture content of the formulated samples was 99.85 to 99.80%, with higher in sample T2 and lowered in the control sample (T0). The protein content for all samples ranged from o.11 to 0.42%, with the highest found in sample (T3) and lowest found in sample T0. The pH was increased from 3.8 to 4.13 for all samples. The mean values of TSS of aloe Vera drink for all samples were ranged between 11.33 to 13.67 %. The acidity for all samples was in the ranges of 0.25 to 0.31%. The sensory attributes of drinks were evaluated in terms of color, flavor, taste, and overall acceptability. After increasing, the moringa leaves percentage; the consumer acceptance was gradually decreased. Overall, sample T1 containing 1% moringa leaves blended with 4% aloe Vera showed a reliable result compared to other samples.

Keywords

  • Aloe Vera
  • Moringa leaves
  • Drinks
  • Acidity
  • Sensory Evaluation

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