Determination of some water-soluble aroma precursors in goat meat and their enrolment on flavour profile of goat meat
Madruga, M.S., Elmore, J.S., Oruna-Concha, M.J., Balagiannis, D. and Mottram, D.S. (2010) Determination of some water-soluble aroma precursors in goat meat and their enrolment on flavour profile of goat meat. Food Chemistry, 123 (2). pp. 513-520. ISSN 0308-8146
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Selected water-soluble precursors, including sugars, free amino acids and nucleotides, were quantified in raw and cooked goat meat, as a part of a study which the main aim was to better understand the aroma formation in goat meat. When compared with the same precursors in beef, lamb and chicken, levels in goat meat were generally similar, except for fructose and glycine, which were present at higher concentrations in goat meat. Fructose, glucose, IMP, and cysteine suffered the greatest losses during the cooking process and seem to be most involved in aroma formation in goat meat. The effects of these precursor changes on the volatile compound composition and formation process of them on cooked goat meat are discussed.
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