RESEARCH ON PROCESSING OF SAUROPUS ANDROGYNUS POWDER APPLIED IN THE PRODUCTION OF INSTANT PORRIDGE.
Keywords:Sauropusandrogynus(katuk), katuk leaves, flour(katuk flour), instant porridge
Sauropusandrogynus is a wild shrub in tropical Asia but is also grown as a vegetable in some countries, such as Vietnam. It is a popular and popular vegetable in Vietnamese meals. In the food industry, greens are healthy, safe and highly nutritious food ingredients. In this study, we have identified some parameters of the production of vegetable powder for instant porridge production: determined the effects of some parameters: drying temperature, grinding mode, rate mixing and preservation methods to product quality and successfully tested additional vegetable powder for instant porridge production.
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