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Validation of predicted baking performance of muffins containing mixtures of wheat cowpea peanut sorghum and cassava flours



Validation of predicted baking performance of muffins containing mixtures of wheat cowpea peanut sorghum and cassava flours



Journal of Food Science 57(2): 470-474



The performance of seven muffin formulations predicted by computer models to perform similarly to a 100% wheat flour control was studied. An additional formula close to but not within the predicted optimum ranges was included. The nonwheat flours tested were cowpea, peanut, sorghum, and cassava. No significant differences were observed between the formulations for 22 of 31 sensory, physical and compositional characteristics. Two formulations, one containing 25% each of wheat, peanut, sorghum and cassava flours, and the other containing 66.7% wheat and 16.6% each of cowpea and peanut flours differed most from the control. Significant correlations between some sensory attributes and physical and compositional measurements were observed.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2621.1992.tb05519.x


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