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Influence of complexation between amylose and a flavored model sponge cake on the degree of aroma compound release

Abstract : Flavoring is used in the food industry to reinforce the aroma profile of baked cereal goods. During the processing of such products, interactions between starch and aroma compounds can occur, and this may have an impact on aroma release and perception. In the present study, 20 aroma compounds were tested to establish whether they formed complexes with amylose. The structure of the complexes was determined by wide-angle X-ray scattering (WAXS). A cocomplexation study proved that several complexing compounds could be present in the same crystalline aggregate. WAXS and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) experiments were performed in a flavored model sponge cake at different steps of processing and showed that aroma compounds might form complexes with amylose in a sponge cake as they can do in simple system containing only amylose. Some of the aroma compounds trapped in the sponge cake were quantified, and their release behavior was followed by headspace analysis. The V-type structure could partly explain aroma retention in the product and the rate of aroma release.
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Maria-Angeles Pozo-Bayon, Benoit Biais, Vincent Rampon, Nathalie Cayot, Patricia Le Bail. Influence of complexation between amylose and a flavored model sponge cake on the degree of aroma compound release. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, American Chemical Society, 2008, 56 (15), pp.6640-6647. ⟨10.1021/jf800242r⟩. ⟨hal-02658515⟩

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