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Optimizing acceptability of chicken nuggets containing fermented cowpea and peanut flours



Optimizing acceptability of chicken nuggets containing fermented cowpea and peanut flours



Journal of Food Science 62(4): 889-893



A mixture design was used to optimize the sensory acceptability (appearance, color, flavor, texture, and overall liking) of chicken nuggets containing flours processed from fermented cowpeas (FCF) and fermented partially defatted peanuts (FPDPF). Flavor and texture acceptability correlated highly with overall liking of nuggets. Products containing 20% FCF or FPDPF alone or in combination were unacceptable. Nuggets containing a mixture of 2.5% FCF and 2.5% FPDPF were as acceptable as the control, with a sweet, chickeny flavor. This suggests market potential for such poultry products.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2621.1997.tb15480.x


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