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Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances
Year: 2011  |  Volume: 10  |  Issue: 1  |  Page No.: 60 - 67

Comparison of Marinating with Two Different Types of Marinade on Some Quality and Sensory Characteristics of Turkey Breast Meat

Haluk Ergezer and Ramazan Gokce    

Abstract: Breast meats from Turkeys tumbled with either alkaline phosphate or organic acid solutions in the presence of salt while tumbling of meat with distillated water represent as a control. Chemical composition, marinade and meat pH, color coordinate values (L*, a*, b*), weight changes, textural and sensory properties of treated samples were evaluated. The use of alkaline phosphate cause to increase meat pH and lactic acid significantly decreased the pH of meat due to increased concentration in comparison to control. Tumbling with phosphate did not change L* values of meat however cooking increased L* values. Lactic acid treatments significantly increased L* values. The a* values of phosphate and acid marinated groups decreased after tumbling compared to control. Both alkali and acid treatments reduced shear force values compared to control. The increased concentration of phosphate did not affect the sensorial tenderness and juiciness scores. For acid marination there were differences for tenderness score.

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