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Development of Chicken Tikka by Marination with Natural Tenderizers

Effect of Lemon Juice and Ginger Extract Marination on Quality Attributes of Spent Hen Breast Meat and Chicken Tikka
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ISBN-13:
9783659948947
Einband:
Paperback
Seiten:
196
Autor:
Yogesh Kumar
Gewicht:
308 g
Format:
220x150x12 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Chicken Tikka is a traditional Indian meat dish prepared by broiling or grilling small pieces of chicken which have been marinated in spices and curd. Traditionally, it is made on skewers in a tandoor (Indian clay oven). The literal meaning of Tikka is "pieces of chicken" usually boneless. Marinated meat products provide taste, convenience and designer food to the consumers. Modern consumers expect the foods they eat to be beyond taste and attractiveness and also safe, healthy and cheaper. Therefore, development of household technology for production of marinated meat products is need of the hour. The aim of present investigation was to standardize the level of lemon juice and ginger extract as marinade solution for spent hen breast meat marination (semi-processing) and evaluate their use as marinade and also to explore the impact of marination on physico-chemical characterstics, sensory quality, textural properties and storage stability of chicken Tikka prepared from marinated spent hen breast meat.