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Food Science, School of Veterinary Sciences, University of Extremadura; 10003 Caceres, Spain





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Abstract The volatile organic compound VOC profile of pork cheeks as affected by the cooking conditions was investigated. Pork cheeks were cooked under different combinations of temperature 60 °C or 80 °C, time 5 or 12 h and vacuum vacuum or air-packaged. As a general rule, the VOCs originating from lipid degradation were positively affected by the cooking temperature and negatively by the cooking time, reaching the highest amounts in pork cheeks cooked at 80 °C during 5 h and the lowest in samples cooked at 80 °C during 12 h. On the contrary, VOCs originated from amino acids and Maillard reactions were positively affected by both factors. The proportion between lipid degradation and amino acids reactions was estimated by the hexanal-3-methylbutanal ratio, which reached its highest values in samples cooked at 60 °C during 5 h in the presence of air and the lowest values in samples cooked at 80 °C during 12 h, regardless of the vacuum status. View Full-Text

Keywords: sous-vide; vacuum cooking; volatile compounds; SPME-GC-MS sous-vide; vacuum cooking; volatile compounds; SPME-GC-MS





Autor: Jose Sanchez del Pulgar, Mar Roldan and Jorge Ruiz-Carrascal *

Fuente: http://mdpi.com/



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