Vol. 6, Issue 5 (2017)
Standardization of process for preparation of Indian heritage food Sandga using pulses and ash gourd
Author(s): Musale SV, More DR and Syed IH
Abstract: Indian Heritage Foods have occupied unique place in the dietary practices of Indian population and are known for their unique flavour, texture and taste characteristics around the globe. In present investigation, studies were undertaken to standardize the recipe, process parameter for the preparation of sandga (a dried vegetable product prepared from pulses bengal gram, green gram, black gram, ash gourd with different spices). Four different combinations of ash gourd and pulses were prepared and evaluated for sensorial and nutritional profile. The production process for Sandga is also standardized. The results revealed that Sandga could results in best organoleptic response when dried at the temperature of 70oC. Adding of 30% ash gourd and 70% pulses flour are used in the product sandga gave the best overall sensory acceptability.
How to cite this article:
Musale SV, More DR and Syed IH. Standardization of process for preparation of Indian heritage food Sandga using pulses and ash gourd. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 2017; 6(5): 571-573.