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Publisert 2004

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Tidsskrift : Journal of Food Science , vol. 69 , p. 198–1 , 2004

Internasjonale standardnummer :
Trykt : 0022-1147
Elektronisk : 1750-3841

Publikasjonstype : Vitenskapelig artikkel

Bidragsytere : Birkeland, Svein; Haarstad, Ingvild; Bjerkeng, Bjørn

Sak : 4

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Kjetil Aune
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Sammendrag

The effects of salting method (injection salting compared with dry salting), smoking temperature (20 degreesC compared with 30 degreesC), and storage (chilled storage compared with no storage) on astaxanthin retention, surface coloration (CIE1994 L*a*b*), and process yields of cold-smoked Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) fillets was investigated. An overall loss of 13% astaxanthin was observed when correcting for weight changes. Astaxanthin retention was 6.0% higher after smoking at 30 degreesC than at 20 degreesC (P < 0.01). A significant decrease in astaxanthin retention (4%) was observed after chilled storage of vacuum-packaged fillets at 1 degreesC (P < 0.05). Salt curing was quantitatively more important to astaxanthin loss than smoking temperature and storage. Salting method did not affect astaxanthin retention, but its concentration was reduced significantly more by injection salting than with dry salting (P < 0.01). A higher overall color change (DeltaE) was observed for dry-salted compared with injection-salted fillets (P < 0.001) and for fillets smoked at 30 degreesC compared with 20 degreesC (P < 0.05), and this coincided with a high variability in the colorimetric parameters in these groups. Higher product yields were obtained by injection salting compared with dry salting (10%) and after smoking at 20 degreesC compared with 30 degreesC (2%), P < 0.001. It is concluded that choice of processing technology may have substantial impact on important quality parameters such as color stability and variation in cold-smoked Atlantic salmon.