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Applications of composite flour in development of food products

@article{Noorfarahzilah2014ApplicationsOC,
  title={Applications of composite flour in development of food products},
  author={M Noorfarahzilah and Jau-Shya Lee and M. S. Sharifudin and A. B. Mohd Fadzelly and Mamat Hasmadi},
  journal={international food research journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={21},
  pages={2061-2074}
}
The development of food products using composite flour has increased and is attracting much attention from researchers, especially in the production of bakery products and pastries. This article focuses on the use of composite flour to produce food products, namely bread, biscuits, and pasta, with looks at on its impact, following some improvements made, on the sensory quality, rheology characteristics, and nutritional values as well as its overall acceptance. The blending of wheat flour with… 

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