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Textural changes in broccoli and carrots cooked by microwave energy

Elaine Schrumpf

Textural changes in broccoli and carrots cooked by microwave energy

by Elaine Schrumpf

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microwave cookery.

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    Statementby Doris Elaine Schrumpf.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8], 71 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14239040M

      Fig. 2 shows the change in moisture content of carrots with time by hot-air drying. The moisture content decreased exponentially with drying time with a coefficient of determination of When microwave or halogen lamp–microwave combination drying was applied to fresh carrots, carrots were cooked instead of being dried.   According to Grist, in a study from Spain claimed that steaming broccoli in the microwave caused it to lose 97 percent of its antioxidants, while stovetop cooking only resulted in an 11 percent loss. But critics say the study used more water than would ever be necessary in a microwave, and thus the results were flawed.

    Place a steamer insert into a saucepan and fill with water to just below the bottom of the steamer. Bring water to a boil. Add broccoli florets and carrots, cover, and steam until tender, about 5 minutes. Must be cooked from frozen Microwave from Frozen: Remove the individual steam bag from large outer bag. Do not open or pierce the steam bag. Place 1 steam bag on a microwaveable plate. Cook on full power for 2 1/2 minutes (W / W). Leave to stand for 1 minute after cooking.

    While it is cooking mix the rest of the ingredients together. Drain cooked broccoli. Pour lemon garlic mixture over broccoli and mix to coat. If using fresh garlic cover the dish and let sit for about 2 minutes to allow heat from broccoli to "cook" and remove the raw taste from the garlic. If using garlic powder you are ready to serve. What began as a project by senior food-science students at the University of Illinois has grown into a series of published graduate-level experiments -- green beans (), broccoli () and.


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Textural changes in broccoli and carrots cooked by microwave energy by Elaine Schrumpf Download PDF EPUB FB2

Texture of broccoli and carrots cooked by microwave energy ELAINE SCHRUMPF Foods & Nutrition Dept. School of Home Economics, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR Cited by: Texture of broccoli and carrots cooked by microwave energy Article in Journal of Food Science 40(5) - August with 75 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Textural changes in broccoli and carrots cooked by microwave energy Carrots cooked by microwaves were judged less tender in both the core and external flesh area than those cooked by conventional boiling. Broccoli cooked by microwaves was less tender in the external layer but softer in the central flesh than that cooked conventionally Author: Elaine Schrumpf.

Textural changes in broccoli and carrots cooked by microwave energy. Carrots cooked by microwaves were judged less tender in both\ud the core and external flesh area than those cooked by conventional\ud boiling.

Broccoli cooked by microwaves was less tender in the\ud external layer but softer in the central flesh than that cooked. Cut broccoli into 1/4 inch thick pieces. Cut cauliflower into even size pieces. Cut carrots into 1/4 inch slices.

Arrange in circle on microwave dish, with broccoli to the So easy. So good. Carrots can take a long time to cook in the oven, and boiling tends to leach their flavor away. The humble microwave oven cooks carrots quickly and preserves most of their flavor.

Raw carrots take less than 10 minutes to become tender in a microwave. Steam cooks the carrots while preserving color and flavor and imparting a soft texture. Microwave power varies, so if your microwave doesn’t produce perfectly cooked broccoli in 3 minutes, you can increase the cooking time in 30 second increments, until you find the perfect broccoli cooking time for your microwave.

That’s all there is to cooking broccoli in a microwave – super easy. If you are looking for more ways to cook. How to microwave fresh broccoli. It’s easy. Scroll down to the recipe card for the detailed instructions. These are the basic steps: 1. You start by placing the florets in a microwave-safe bowl and adding a little water.

Cover the bowl and microwave on high for 4 minutes. Add your dressing, gently toss and serve. That’s it. Texture of broccoli and carrots cooked by microwave energy To substantiate textural changes, objective methods were used and the influence of moisture and flake ratio in the reconstituted.

Microwaves are one of the best ways to cook vegetables quickly and easily. Here’s the basics of steaming broccoli (or any vegetable, really) in the microwave.

It’s virtually foolproof. Cut up the broccoli into bite-size florets. If you want to eat the stalks, make sure to cut them smaller.

Thankfully, you can microwave broccoli, and many other “hard” veggies like cauliflower and carrots, to make them soft, but still have a bite to them.

To steam broccoli, simply place the florets in a microwave safe bowl and add two tablespoons of water. If you would like, you can add a pat of butter or a dash of soy sauce for extra flavor.

butter, onion, chopped, flour, half-and-half (or combination of both, heated in the microwave) or 4 cups skim milk (or combination of both, heated in the microwave), chicken stock, frozen broccoli, heads thawed, carrots, thinly sliced, nutmeg, more if desired, shredded cheddar cheese, black pepper, ground, minced garlic, peeled and diced potatoes, microwave till al dente in a bowl of water.

Roasted Broccoli and Carrots. Roasted broccoli and carrots is an incredibly simple side dish, yet full of deep roasted flavor. Broccoli and carrots are tossed in olive oil and generously seasoned with salt and pepper then roasted in the oven until charred and delicious. Coating the vegetables in oil is the secret to this recipe.

Add the broccoli and carrots - saute for 3 minutes. Add garlic and saute another 2 minutes. add the water - this steams the broccoli a bit and adds some nice color. After a few more minutes, the broccoli and carrots should still be crisp, but slightly tender.

Turn heat off and add the honey. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the effect of three common cooking practices (i.e., boiling, steaming, and frying) on phytochemical contents (i.e., polyphenols, carotenoids, glucosinolates, and ascorbic acid), total antioxidant capacities (TAC), as measured by three different analytical assays [Trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity (TEAC), total radical-trapping antioxidant.

Microwave ovens cook food using waves of energy that are similar to radio waves but shorter. whether it is from a microwave or a regular oven. Vitamin C is perhaps the clearest example.

But because microwave cooking times are shorter, cooking with a microwave does a better job of preserving vitamin C and other nutrients that break down when. MicroBuddy is a nine piece set that allows you to cook healthy and delicious food in your microwave to save time and effort.

Each piece is specially designed and selected to ensure quality results and maximum versatility. When you have the complete set, there are literally hundreds of meal combinations it can accommodate, especially when you use the stackable cooking method. – A study published in The Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture found that broccoli cooked by microwave — and immersed in water — loses about 74 percent to 97 percent of its antioxidants.

However, when steamed or cooked without water, the broccoli. The quickest way to cook carrots is to microwave them. Though you can also boil or roast baby carrots, popping them in the microwave is perfect when you need a healthy snack or quick side dish.

Carrots come in many sizes and colors. Large orange carrots and baby carrots are among the most popular, but you can also microwave carrots that are. Cooking Instructions - General.

For best results microwave Do not reheat.; Microwave - From Chilled. Pierce film once where shown on the front of pack. Place on microwaveable plate.

W 1 min, 20 secs W 1 min, 10 secs After cooking, leave to stand for 2 mins. Guide for one pack only. Multiple packs will require longer cooking.; Steam - From. The content of total phenolics in raw and cooked broccoli and asparagus is presented in Table 3.

After heat treatment, a decrease in polyphenol level by % was observed in boiled broccoli, while an increase by % was noted in broccoli cooked with overheated steam in the combi oven.In 1 1/2 quart microwave casserole, mix soup, sour cream, carrots, flour, onion, salt and pepper.

Cut broccoli in 1-inch pieces and stir into soup mixture. Cook covered, on high for 3 minutes. Stir. Place butter in 2-cup glass measure and cook on high for 45 seconds, or until melted. Stir in stuffing and spoon over broccoli. To prepare microwave steamed broccoli, break the broccoli into bite sized florets and give it a good wash.

Place the florets in a microwave safe bowl with a lid and microwave on high for minutes Alternately, place them in a steamer basket and steam for minutes until they are cooked .