Determining the Effects of Spray Drying Conditions on Water Absorption Index, Water Solubility Index, Solubility and Water Activity ax of Rice Milk Powder
Cow’s milk is widely devoured cause it is a good beginning of protein. It too serves as a complete food, holding all of the essential elements in the way that fat, carbs, and proteins. Due to and oxygen awareness in few community, plant-located milk products, that have the unchanging pertaining to food benefits as browbeat’s milk, are suitable more favorite. Broken edible grain has the unchanging pertaining to food content as raw edible grain and maybe treated into a sort very important-additional production.A liquid arisen edible grain generally popular as edible grain milk is acceptable help animal milk in the experience. The crippled edible grain was secondhand in this study to form edible grain milk utilizing the ideal process limits. Rice milk was spray drained to offer allure useful life of product at differing feed flow rates and intake drying air hotnesses. In order to supply the ideal chances for spray drying, hotness and feed flow rate were optimised utilizing the worth function, that gratified all replies with the essential principles. The anticipated best environments were;T= 138∘C, and Q= 35 mL/brief time period. Water action, water solubility index, and water assimilation index reaction values under these income were 0.30, 72.8%, and 21.7%, individually.
Department of Agricultural Process and Food Engineering, College of Agricultural Engineering, Sangareddy-502285, PJTSAU, India.
P. V. K. Jagannadha Rao,
PFE, RARS, Anakapalli, ANGRAU, India.
Processing & Food Engineering, Dr. NTR College of Agricultural Engineering, Bapatla, ANGRAU, India.
MFPI-Quality Control Laboratory, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, PJTSAU, India.
G. Ravi Babu,
Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Dr. NTR College of Agricultural Engineering, Bapatla, India.
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Keywords: Rice milk, solubility, spray drying, water activity, water absorption index, water solubility index