Effect of Drying Temperatures and milling times on the quality of hot pepper powder

Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal

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Title Effect of Drying Temperatures and milling times on the quality of hot pepper powder
 
Creator Adamu, Hauwa Dauda
 
Subject Hot pepper
Quality
Milling
Temperatures.
 
Description Quality characteristics of Hot pepper powder in relation to drying temperatures and milling regimes was determined using hot air oven at temperatures (80,85,90 and 95 oC) and milled using attrition mill for (5 and 10 minutes) the quality parameter determined are Particle size distribution using sieve method, bulk density(pack and loose method), colour using spectrophotometry and CIELab method, pungency using spectrophotometric method, Reconstitution index using and sensory attributes using Seven Hedonic scale, the percentage particle size distribution 1.40mm aperture size ranged from 1.39-0.31 and for 0.425 mm size ranges from 2.55-36, 0.210mm size ranges from 50.25-79.87, 0.150 size ranges from 2-27 and for 0.090 ranges from 0.016-9.8, pack bulk density (gm-3) of hot pepper powder dried and milled ranged from; 0.62 - 0.57 for (80 oC:5 minutes and 95 oC:5 minutes) and 0.58, 0.52 (80 oC:10 minutes and 95 oC:10 minutes). The loose bulk density (gm-3) ranged from; 0.45- 0.44 for (80 oC:5 minutes and 90 oC:5 minutes), and; 0.49- 0.39, (90 oC:10 minutes and 85 oC :10 minutes). The Chemical or extractable colour content in ASTA unit the colour ranged from; 2594.90 (80 oC:10 minutes) to 2357.83 90cºC:5 minutes); visual colour or the surface colour ranged from; L* for brightness; 13.56 (90 oC:5 minutes) to 23.43, 95 oC:10 minutes. a* for redness; 17.45, to 36.80, (80 oC:10 minutes and 85 oC:5 minutes. Respectively. b* for yellowness; 21.53, 80 oC:5 minutes to 61.36, 85 oC:5 minutes; The pungency(capsaicin) content (SHU)of hot pepper powder ranged from 32595, 85 oC :5minutes; 40745, 90 oC :10minutes; reconstitution index ranged from 7.00 for 85 °C:5 minute to 9.40 for 95°C: 10 minutes of the hot pepper, hot pepper dried at 90 and milled for 5 minutes was generally accepted.
 
Publisher International Commission of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
 
Date 2021-12-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://www.cigrjournal.org/index.php/Ejounral/article/view/6955
 
Source Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal; Vol. 23 No. 4 (2021): CIGR Journal
1682-1130
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://www.cigrjournal.org/index.php/Ejounral/article/view/6955/3779
 
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