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Sensory Attributes of the Squash made from Bael and Pineapple


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Sensory attributes of the squash prepared from bael (Aegles marmelos) and pineapple (Ananas comusus) fruit juices was evaluated. Fruit juices of ripe bael and pineapple fruits were incorporated for the preparation of the squash at different levels where T0 (100% bael juice), T1 (75% bael and 25% pineapple juice), T2 (70% bael and 30% pineapple juice), T3 (60% bael and 40% pineapple juice) and T4 (50% bael and 50% pineapple juice). Good quality squash can be prepared by blending 70 per cent bael and 30 per cent pineapple fruit juice (T2). Bael and pineapple fruits have good medicinal and nutritional properties like improvement of digestive system, anti-diabetic, pyretic, laxative, antioxidant, etc. It is seen that the organoleptic score of the squash prepared by blending 70 per cent bael and 30 per cent pineapple fruit juice was highest, i.e 7.82, followed by the treatment T1, T3,T0 and T4.

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Bael, Pineapple, Squash, Sensory.
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Authors

S. B. Palve
Department of Food Engineering, K.K. Wagh College of Food Technology, Nashik (M.S.), India
N. G. Devshete
Department of Food Engineering, K.K. Wagh College of Food Technology, Nashik (M.S.), India
T. S. Kulkarni
Department of Food Engineering, K.K. Wagh College of Food Technology, Nashik (M.S.), India

Abstract


Sensory attributes of the squash prepared from bael (Aegles marmelos) and pineapple (Ananas comusus) fruit juices was evaluated. Fruit juices of ripe bael and pineapple fruits were incorporated for the preparation of the squash at different levels where T0 (100% bael juice), T1 (75% bael and 25% pineapple juice), T2 (70% bael and 30% pineapple juice), T3 (60% bael and 40% pineapple juice) and T4 (50% bael and 50% pineapple juice). Good quality squash can be prepared by blending 70 per cent bael and 30 per cent pineapple fruit juice (T2). Bael and pineapple fruits have good medicinal and nutritional properties like improvement of digestive system, anti-diabetic, pyretic, laxative, antioxidant, etc. It is seen that the organoleptic score of the squash prepared by blending 70 per cent bael and 30 per cent pineapple fruit juice was highest, i.e 7.82, followed by the treatment T1, T3,T0 and T4.

Keywords


Bael, Pineapple, Squash, Sensory.

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