Prospects for using extractive oils of spicy-aromatic raw materials in the technology of formed semi-finished products

Keywords: poultry meat, haddock, saithe, meat and fish semi-finished products, extract, cardamom, rosemary, thyme, technology


To improve public health, it is necessary to produce products that include natural ingredients with antioxidant properties. In foreign and domestic practice, there is a significant number of multifunctional additives of plant origin, which combine the ability to improve the antioxidant and flavoring properties of finished products. The development of the technology of meat and fish formed semi-finished products of the Ayurvedic direction is relevant today. The main raw materials for the production of batches of meat and fish formed were poultry meat, sea fish – hake, pollock, ocean saithe, haddock, which have the greatest amount of protein. As a result of a comparison of the chemical composition of fish and meat raw materials, organoleptic studies, it was found that the most optimal ratio was the samples in which chicken fillets and ocean fish fillets – haddock were used in a ratio of 50 : 50 %; pollock – In a ratio of 60 : 40 %. To extend the shelf life of the developed meat and fish formed, we have chosen extractive cardamom oils and a mixture of rosemary and thyme. Four variants of formulations were developed with the addition of extractive oils of cardamom and a mixture of rosemary and thyme in the amount of 2, 3, 5 and 8 % to the mass of raw minced meat. As a result of organoleptic studies, a comparative analysis of the average ratings of each sample using different amounts of fish raw materials, it was found that among the additives presented, the best is a mixture of extractive oils of rosemary and thyme with, namely, a sample of meat and fish formed semi-finished products using haddock fish fillets and a sample in the composition which includes pollock fillet with a blend of rosemary and thyme extractive oils. Also, microbiological studies of samples of meat and fish formed were carried out with the addition of a mixture of extractive oils of rosemary and thyme. Based on the results of microbiological studies, the safety and quality of the developed products have been confirmed.


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Peshuk, L., & Simonova, I. (2021). Prospects for using extractive oils of spicy-aromatic raw materials in the technology of formed semi-finished products. Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series: Food Technologies, 23(96), 33-38.