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EVALUASI MUTU DAN DAYA SIMPAN ROTI MANIS YANG DIBUAT MELALUI SUBSTITUSI TEPUNG TERIGU DENGAN PATI SAGU DAN MOCAF Pato, Usman; Restuhadi, Fajar; Ali, Akhyar; Ulfah, Rahmawati; ', Mukmin
Jurnal Sagu Vol 11, No 1 (2012)
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Sago starch has been long used as a staple food for making traditional foods such askapurung, pepeda, sagu bakar etc. especially for people living in the eastern part of Indonesia.Nowadays there is also a novel flour called Mocaf (Modified cassava flour) made from cassava. Thepurpose of the present study was to find out the best formulation in production of sweet bread madefrom wheat flour substituted with sago starch and Mocaf. The research was done by using CompletelyRandomized Design with six treatments. Parameters observed were contents of moisture, ash, andstarch as well as leavening power of dough, gelatinous filament, self life and organoleptic assessmentof sweet bread. The data obtained were analyzed by ANOVA and was continued with DNMRT test at5% level. Meanwhile the organoleptic data were analyzed by Friedman Test and data of gelatinousfilament, flavor and rancidity were presented by descriptive analysis. Results showed that substitutionof sago starch and mocaf significantly affected the contents of moisture, ash and starch as well asleavening power of dough, however they did not influence the organoleptic assessment of sweet bread.The treatment of TSM3 was the best substitution formula which produced sweet bread that meets theIndonesian quality standard of sweet bread (SNI 01-3840-1995). The self life of sweet bread in thetreatment TSM3 (wheat flour 70%, 15% sago starch and 15% mocaf) and commercial sweet breadwas the same.
STUDY ON THE QUALITY AND SELF LIFE OF SWEET BREAD MADE BY SUBTITUTION OF WHEAT FLOUR WITH LOKAL SAGO STARCH Pato, Usman; Ali, Akhyar; Sribudiani, Evi; Librianti, Dewi; ', Mukmin
Jurnal Sagu Vol 12, No 1 (2013)
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The demand of Indonesia for wheat flour is predicted to increase by at least 6% every year. Meanwhile,Indonesia especially Riau Province has many kinds of food recourse viz. sago starch. The objective of thisstudy was to find out the best formulation in production of sweet bread made from wheat flour substitutedwith sago flour. Experimental study was conducted in Completely Randomized Design with six treatmentsand each treatment was done in three replications. Parameters observed were the contents of moisture, ash,and starch as well as leavening power, self life and organoleptic assessment of sweet bread. The dataobtained were analyzed by ANOVA and was continued with DNMRT test at 5% level. The organoleptic datawere analyzed by Friedman Test and data of gelatinous filament, flavor and rancidity were presented bydescriptive analysis. Results showed that substitution of wheat flour with sago starch significantly influencedmoisture and starch contents, leavening power and the organoleptic properties of sweet bread. However,substitution of sago starch did not affect ash content of sweet bread. In general, substitution up to 50% ofsago starch had met the Indonesian quality standard of sweet bread (SNI 01-3840-1995) except for lowleavening power. In addition, the self life of sweet bread in the treatment TM5 (wheat flour 50% and 50%sago starch) was similar to that of commercial sweet bread.Key words: sweet bread, sago starch, quality, self life