Chayotextle flour as raw material of prebiotic gluten-free cookies added with Agave angustifolia Haw fructans

Autores/as

  • Wendy Magaly Arias Balderas
  • Miguel Ángel Aguilar Mendez
  • Marluci Palazzolli-da Silva
  • Carmen Silvia Favaro-Trindade
  • Fernanda María Vanin
  • Delia Quintana Zavala CICATA U. Legaria IPN

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18633/biotecnia.v23i2.1350

Palabras clave:

Población celiaca; fructanos de agave; capacidad prebiótica; sustitutos de cereales; raíces

Resumen

Algunas plantas, raíces o tubérculos han sido explotados como posibles sustitutos de cereales en galletas libres de gluten. El Chayotextle es rico en almidón y otros compuestos que podrían convertirlo en ingrediente potencial para productos dirigidos a la población celiaca. En este estudio, el efecto de distintas mezclas de harinas de arroz (RF) y Chayotextle (CF) sobre las propiedades finales de galletas y capacidad prebiótica al adicionar fructanos de agave (AF) fueron evaluadas. Las propiedades de las harinas (absorción de agua y aceite, capacidad emulsificante) y de galletas (diámetro, espesor, volumen específico, color, dureza, capacidad prebiótica) fueron determinadas. CF presentó mayor capacidad emulsificante, de absorción de agua y aceite (27.1 %, 66.22 % y 95.93 %, respectivamente). Las galletas con CF y FA alcanzaron los mayores valores en propiedades físicas (65.10-66.82 mm diámetro, 9.36-10.04 mm espesor, 1.72-2.07 mL/g volumen específico y 201.82 N dureza). CF y la formulación CF-AF mostraron capacidad de promover el crecimiento de ambas cepas estudiadas: L. acidophilus LA-3 y B. animalis ssp. Lactis, alcanzando valores de 9.82 log10 UFC/mL y 9.85 log10 UFC/mL (CF) a las 24 h. CF y la adición de FA mejoraron las propiedades en galletas y mostraron ser una posible fuente prebiótica.

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2021-07-01

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Arias Balderas, W. M., Aguilar Mendez, M. Ángel, Palazzolli-da Silva, M., Favaro-Trindade, C. S., Vanin, F. M., & Quintana Zavala, D. (2021). Chayotextle flour as raw material of prebiotic gluten-free cookies added with Agave angustifolia Haw fructans. Biotecnia, 23(2), 30–38. https://doi.org/10.18633/biotecnia.v23i2.1350

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