한국작물학회지 제 62권 2호 (p.96-104)

찹쌀 첨가와 취반방법에 따른 취반 밥의 품질 및 항산화특성

Quality and Antioxidant Characteristics of Cooked Rice Influenced by the Mixing Rate of Glutinous Rice and Cooking Methods
키워드 :
eating quality,flavonoid,glutinous rice,radical scavenging activity,water binding capacity

초록

This study was carried out to compare the cooking and antioxidant characteristics of rice containing varying amounts of glutinous rice and cooked by two methods. Rice containing glutinous rice was cooked by general and high-pressure cooking methods with and without fermented alcohol. Pasting characteristics of cooked rice were decreased with increasing amounts of glutinous rice. The water binding capacity and swelling power were significantly decreased with increasing amounts of glutinous rice; however, water solubility indices were significantly increased. Palatability characteristics of cooked rice containing glutinous rice were similar to those of cooked rice without glutinous rice. Total polyphenol contents of cooked rice containing glutinous rice and fermented alcohol were quite different, but this difference was not significant. Total flavonoid contents were increased with increasing amounts of glutinous rice. Total flavonoid content by general cooking method for rice containing 20% glutinous rice and fermented alcohol was 23.20 ± 0.61 μg CE/g. DPPH radical-scavenging activities for samples with and without glutinous rice were 2.97–5.19 and 3.19–5.45 mg TE/100 g, respectively. ABTS radical-scavenging activity by high-pressure cooking method for rice containing 20% glutinous rice and fermented alcohol was 19.48 ± 0.63 mg TE/100 g. In this study, cooking and antioxidant characteristics of cooked rice containing glutinous rice generated data useful for manufacturing processed products.