PROCESS OPTIMIZATION AND EVALUATION OF QUALITY OF THE BARNYARD MILLET INCORPORATED SYNBIOTIC YOGHURT


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Authors

  • U. A. AMRUTHA* Department of Community Science, College of Agriculture, Kerala Agricultural University, Vellanikkara, Thrissur- 680 656
  • C. L. SHARON, P. SEEJA THOMACHAN, P. S. LAKSHMY and A. K. BEENA Department of Community Science, College of Agriculture, Kerala Agricultural University, Vellanikkara, Thrissur – 680 656

https://doi.org/10.58537/jorangrau.2023.51.3.12

Keywords:

Barnyard Millet, Inulin, L. acidophilus, Polydextrose, Probiotic, Yoghurt

Abstract

The study was conducted for three years (2019-2022) to optimize and evaluate the three treatments with various combinations of barnyard millet and other ingredients. Several combinations were tried, among which 50% milk and 50% barnyard millet slurry with 3% of inulin and 3% polydextrose was selected as the best with mean sores for overall acceptability of 8.72 for probiotic yoghurt, 8.85 for inulin and 8.75 for
polydextrose added synbiotic yoghurts. The viability of L. acidophilus was 11.15 log CFU/ml for probiotic, 11.16 log CFU/ml for inulin added synbiotic yoghurt and 11.17 log CFU/ml for polydextrose added probiotic yoghurt. The nutrients of synbiotic barnyard millet based yoghurt along with inulin and polydextrose added yoghurt were assessedand it was found to have major nutrients of carbohydrate 8.58 g/100 g , 8.47 g/100 g and 8.41 g/100 g, protein content of 3.52 g/100g, 3.63 g/100 g and 3.61 g/100 g, fat content of 0.63 g/100 g, 0.69 g/100 g and 0.66 g/100 g.

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31-10-2023

Published

05-10-2023

How to Cite

U. A. AMRUTHA*, & C. L. SHARON, P. SEEJA THOMACHAN, P. S. LAKSHMY and A. K. BEENA. (2023). PROCESS OPTIMIZATION AND EVALUATION OF QUALITY OF THE BARNYARD MILLET INCORPORATED SYNBIOTIC YOGHURT. The Journal of Research ANGRAU, 51(3), 107-116. https://doi.org/10.58537/jorangrau.2023.51.3.12

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