Journal of Food Science and Technology. Couscous is consumed with milk or buttermilk for breakfast or is served with a sauce containing fish for meat for lunch or dinner (Aboubacar and Hamaker, 1999). 7,965 Downloads 14,670 Views Citations, Analysis of Low Amylose and Processability Fractured Endosperms Derived from Somatic Variation (Articles), Food and Nutrition Sciences
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Additionally, they observed that cooked couscous hardness correlated positively with the apparent amylose content of flour and correlated negatively with flour peak time (Aboubacar and Hamaker, 1999). Mean swelling power and solubility of starch showed significant varietal differences that were highly correlated with the amylose content of … Increasing the soaking temperature to 37°C and addition of 10% wheat flour resulted in a phytate content of 0.14 µmol/g in the composite bread, that is a reduction by 97% of the initial phytate content.
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These will illustrate the spectrum on current research on grain quality and utilization in sorghum, including review articles and research papers. Aboubacar and Hamaker (1999) demonstrated that hard grain (with corneous endosperm) produced flours containing a high proportion of coarse particles with low ash and high damaged starch contents, yielding a higher proportion of desirable sorghum couscous granules. White food sorghums do not contain genetically modified organisms, are gluten-free (as are all sorghums), are bland in flavor and light-colored, and have excellent processing properties. 10.4236/ajps.2018.94063
PASTE PROPERTIES OF SORGHUM FLOUR AND STARCHES PASTE PROPERTIES OF SORGHUM FLOUR AND STARCHES AKINGBALA, J.O. It is very high in iron, fiber, and protein, making it one of the healthier options for those who have gluten intolerance and cannot eat traditional forms of flour. Abstract Malted sorghum-soy composite flour was developed the non-malted (day 0). Figure 12.2. The lower level of decorticated grain should help with detection of cases where whole grain is passed off as refined grain. 10.4236/ajps.2017.87112
Industrial uses for sorghum include wallboard and biodegradable packaging materials. sorghum malt was darker than the other ingredients.
While the crude fibre was from sorghum … Mix well to ensure that the ingredients are evenly … Vol.5 No.21，October 28, 2014, DOI:
These standards are mainly about food safety and cover issues such as toxic seeds, heavy metals, pesticide residues and mycotoxins. However, as noted above for bread, the literature contains more reports on the use of sorghum in these types of products, and as such sorghum will be emphasized in the following discussions. Bean, in Gluten-Free Cereal Products and Beverages, 2008. In the bowl of a stand mixer, whisk together the sorghum flour, cornstarch, tapioca starch, salt, xanthan gum, and the remaining sugar. It is made from rice, black gram, and salt. Other similar vitamin- and mineral-fortified sorghum powder porridge products are available (see Figure 12.2B). 10.4236/ajps.2018.913196
Morad et al. Couscous is prepared by mixing sorghum flour with water, agglomerating the flour–water mixture into small granules, steaming and drying. Hence, the options for flour fortification are limited.
The chief minerals present in sorghum grain are potassium and phosphorus, while calcium is low. Vol.11 No.1，January 6, 2020, DOI:
Preventing all these diseases is excellent. Shall comply with the maximum residue limits established by the Codex Alimentarius Commission. Pappad is also used as an appetizer or a snack and can be enjoyed with various toppings, such as chopped onions, chutney, or other dips and condiments. It also helps to manage polycystic ovary syndrome in women. Sorghum flour is high in antioxidants, which are related to their polyphenolic compound and sorghum wax. Dosa is a crispy fermented crepe or savory pancake originated from South India. This is also a flat and unleavened bread. They are, however, very loose standards. Rich In Nutrients. 1,333 Downloads 2,235 Views Citations, Effect of Malted Sorghum on Quality Characteristics of Wheat-Sorghum-Soybean Flour for Potential Use in Confectionaries (Articles), Opeyemi O. Aluge, Stephen A. Akinola, Oluwatooyin F. Osundahunsi, Food and Nutrition Sciences
The fermented flour is then diluted into a batter, which is poured onto a circular hot plate. Badi and Hoseney (1976) studied the production of cookies from 100% sorghum flour. One species, Sorghum bicolor, was originally domesticated in Africa and has since spread throughout the globe. Sorghum can be processed to further improve its food as well as feed value, and techniques such as grinding, crushing, steaming, steam flaking, popping, and extruding have all been used to enhance the grain for food and feeding purposes. Horses, cattle, pigs and chickens all commonly eat sorghum feed. Sorghum flours had higher protein (10.7%–12.3%) and less starch (72.0%–77.0%) compared with maize flour (6.7% and 81.0%, respectively), which was the reason for the poor expansion of extrudates with increasing level of sorghum. 10.4236/oalib.1103783
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There are Codex Alimentarius Commission (1996) standards for sorghum grain, sorghum flour, pearl millet grain and pearl millet flour. Vol.7 No.6，June 10, 2020, DOI:
A phosphatase enzyme with relevant activity towards phytate was characterized in L. sanfranciscensis CB1 (De Angelis et al., 2004). Journal of Natural Science and Engineering. By adding wheat-flour lipids to defatted sorghum flour the top grain and spread of the cookies was improved. In conclusion, 8% sorghum flour can be partially substituted with wheat flour to develop bread with improved nutritional and sensory quality. Lactic fermentation of sorghum flours reduces the phytic acid content by about 40–60% (Nout and Sarkar, 1999; Osman, 2004). The resulting flatbreads are moist and flexible and have a cellular structure formed by the fermentation gases.
Characteristics of complementary foods produced from sorghum, sesame, carrot and crayfish. Vol.4 No.9，August 20, 2013, DOI:
Sorghum flour can be found in many specialty health food stores in the same section as other grains and flours 1. Sorghum is a genus of flowering plants in the grass family Poaceae, which includes about 25 species.Some of these species have grown as cereals for human consumption and some in pastures for animals.
The particle size and shape of sorghum flour often increase the grittiness of the baked products. To make porridge, one simply mixes boiling water or milk with the powder. This article belongs to the Special Issue on, Rheological, Organoleptical and Quality Characteristics of Gluten-Free Rice Cakes Formulated with Sorghum and Germinated Chickpea Flours, Effect of Malted Sorghum on Quality Characteristics of Wheat-Sorghum-Soybean Flour for Potential Use in Confectionaries, Food Packaging, Preservation and Shelf-life, Measuring and Forecasting Chinese Domestic Supply and Demand for Grain Sorghum, Agroclimatic Conditions for Growing Sorghum bicolor L. Moench, under Irrigation Conditions in Mexico, Utilization of Annual Warm-Season Grasses as a Biofuel Source and Feedstock By-Product, Genetic Diversity in the Environmental Conditioning of Two Sorghum (, Controlled Drying Effect on the Quality of Sorghum Malts Used for the Chakpalo Production in Benin, The Use of Sweet Sorghum as a Feedstock for Ethanol Production, Canopy Light Interception of a Conventional and an Erect Leafed Sorghum, Genome-Wide SNPs Identification and Determination of Proteins Associated with Stress Response in Sorghum (, Breeding Sorghum Using Induced Mutations: Future Prospect for Namibia, Heat Treatment and Thirty-Day Storage Period Do Not Affect the Stability of Omega-3 Fatty Acid in Brown Flaxseed (, Analysis of Low Amylose and Processability Fractured Endosperms Derived from Somatic Variation, Advanced Research in Genetically Modified Foods (GMF), Physicochemical properties, vitamins, antioxidant activities and amino acid composition of ginger spiced maize snack ‘kokoro’ enriched with soy flour (a Nigeria based snack), Predictability of the Consistency of Porridges Using Mixtures of Different Flours, Pasting Properties of White Corn Flours of, The Effect of High Carbohydrate Consumption on Glucose Levels and Antibody Production in Nonobese Diabetic Mice, Microbiological Quality Assessment of Pupuru and Plantain Flours in an Urban Market in Akure, Ondo State, South Western Nigeria, Comparative Studies between Physicochemical Properties of White Waxy Wheat Flour and Glutinous Rice Flour, Nematode infestation and N-effect of legumes on soil and crop yelds in legume-sorghum rotations.
C.V. Ratnavathi, V.V. Then 500g of the resulting batter was weighed into a baking tin and proved to height at 30°C and 85% rh. Microbial count was highest in wheat bread while shelf life increased with increase in sorghum. The use of freeze-dried sorghum batters where the flour suspensions (40% w/w) had been treated at 600 MPa replacing 2% of untreated sorghum flour delayed bread staling, whereas breads with 10% replacement had a lower specific volume and were of poor quality. J.R.N. Baking was carried out at 190°C for 45 min. 2009;8(1):71-83. Milling the grain like wheat to make flour is one way to use sorghum; however, this is not one of the better-known uses of the crop. Selected sorghum genotypes can provide sufficient amounts of lysine to meet human requirements. 1,164 Downloads 1,809 Views Citations, Nematode infestation and N-effect of legumes on soil and crop yelds in legume-sorghum rotations (Articles), Vincent Bado, Abdoulsalam Sawadogo, Bouma Thio, André Bationo, Karim Traoré, Michel Cescas, Agricultural Sciences
Bhakri is made primarily with sorghum flour, water, and oil. This article reviews the nutritional and rheological properties of sorghum in relation to their mode of consumption. A mixture of rice and black gram that has been soaked in water is ground finely to form a batter. To the extent possible in good manufacturing practice, the product shall be free from objectionable matter. (1992a) developed a cake recipe for cake using sorghum or maize and cassava starch (70/30). The level of sorghum substituted for wheat flour depends on the strength and quality of gluten in the wheat flour; the baking procedure; the definition of acceptable bread quality; the color, particle size, and aroma of the sorghum flour; and the use of gums, emulsifiers, and other additives. White food-grade sorghum has a white kernel with tan plant and glume characteristics (white/tan/tan). There is also a 0.3% tannin maximum for sorghum four. Vol.8 No.5，May 22, 2017, DOI:
Journal of Food Science and Nutrition Research 3 (2020): 217-230. A study published in the Journal of Food Science states that sorghum flour contains compounds which can help to lower cholesterol. In North Africa and India, sorghum flour is widely used to make flatbreads. The product is fortified with a range of minerals and vitamins so that a 100-g flour serving generally meets 15–25% of an adult’s micronutrient Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) (see Table 12.1). 4,141 Downloads 5,383 Views Citations, Pasting Properties of White Corn Flours of Anoman 1 and Pulut Harapan Varieties as Affected by Fementation Process (Articles), Rahmawati Farasara, Purwiyatno Hariyadi, Dedi Fardiaz, Ratih Dewanti-Hariyadi, Food and Nutrition Sciences
Perhaps the most useful of them is for crude fibre content in pearl millet grain, where maxima of 3.0–4.5% and 2.0% are specified for whole and decorticated grain, respectively.
One of the main cooking benefits of sorghum flour is that it is relatively tasteless and it adapts well to whatever it is cooked with. T.J. Schober, S.R. A crisp pancake is formed. In all cases, 520g batter was mixed in a Kenwood major mixer equipped with a paddle tool. Vol.2 No.2，May 20, 2011, DOI:
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Moreover, its nutritional value was higher than those of bread with 100% wheat flour and bread with 30% non-fermented sorghum flour. With the current ‘gluten free’ trend, there are a large number of products on the market with various types of flours that replace wheat, barley or rye flour. Michael G. Gänzle, Clarissa Schwab, in The Science of Gluten-Free Foods and Beverages, 2009.
The nutritional value of good quality sorghum has an average feeding value of 96 to 98% of corn. Kisra is a fermented sorghum flour bread which constitutes the staple diet in Sudan. Taylor, Joseph O. Anyango, in Flour and Breads and their Fortification in Health and Disease Prevention, 2011.
These are variously enriched with soya to provide 40% of an adult’s protein RDA and also with fruit, which when made with milk can provide 50 and 25% of a 2- or 3-year-old’s protein and energy RDAs, respectively.
Mineral composition of sorghum is similar to that of millet. From 5% to 50% sorghum flour can be substituted for wheat flour. Pappad is a thin and crispy Indian cuisine sometimes described as a cracker or flat bread. According to the Sorghum Grower’s Association, the most common use for sorghum in the United States is as feed for livestock. In a study by Angioloni and Collar (2012), the effects of HP on the technofunctional and nutritional properties of finger millet-, and sorghum-based breads were evaluated compared with untreated and gluten-added wheat flour control breads. 10.4236/fns.2013.49121
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The porridge powder is made by pre-gelatinizing the starch using technologies such as extrusion cooking or gun puffing.
This is good news for those who cannot eat wheat or other grains such as rye or barley due to gluten intolerance. • Since sorghum flour is a gluten-free food, it is a safe alternative to flour for those with celiac disease. Sorghum flour, whole-grain contains 0.5 g of saturated fat and mg of cholesterol per serving. And you won’t compromise flavor as some say sorghum flour tastes similar to wheat flour. Source of Energy. Vol.8 No.7，June 23, 2017, DOI:
In addition to the wallboard, grain sorghum can be processed interchangeably with corn for the production of ethanol—many ethanol-producing factories within the United States use grain sorghum as their principal grain due to their favorable geographic location. Sorghum, also called milo, is truly a versatile crop. A thin layer of the batter is then spread evenly onto a hot greased tava (griddle). Shall be free from the following in amounts that may represent a hazard to human health: Crotolaria (. ; ROONEY, LLOYD W. 1987-03-01 00:00:00 ABSTRACT The paste properties of sorghum starch and flour were measured. Shall be free from heavy metals in amounts that may represent a hazard to human health. 10.4236/as.2020.111005
(A) Sudanese kisra flatbread being removed from a hot plate after baking. 10.4236/fns.2013.46A003
Bread making experiments were done according to a basic formulation based on sorghum flour (70%), corn starch (30%), sugar (1%), yeast (2%), salt (2%) and water. Sorghum flour is finely ground from the whole grain kernel of Sorghum. The sorghum cookies were also improved by adding unrefined soybean lecithin or refined lecithin plus monoglycerides. Agricultural Sustainable Development, Agroclimatic Conditions for Growing Sorghum bicolor L. Moench, under Irrigation Conditions in Mexico (Articles), Genovevo Ramírez-Jaramillo, Mónica Guadalupe Lozano-Contreras, Jorge H. Ramírez-Silva, Open Access Library Journal
Alkaline cooking adversely affects sorghum protein quality and availability (Klopfenstein and Hoseney, 1995). Vol.7 No.13，November 9, 2016, DOI:
From: Sorghum and Millets (Second Edition), 2019, P. Pontieri, L. Del Giudice, in Encyclopedia of Food and Health, 2016. Duodu, in Cereal Grains, 2010. In injera making, a part of the cooked flour in then added back. Malted sorghum flour can be used for anticonstipation drinks. The starch and protein in sorghum take longer than other similar products to digest. High-pressure treatment (HP) has been applied on sorghum flours to alter the structure of proteins and starch to improve baking properties of this GF cereal (Vallons et al., 2010). Concha Collar, in Sorghum and Millets (Second Edition), 2019. 10.4236/as.2011.22008
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Tegeye M, Kaur A, Kaur J, Singh H (2019). This blend had 13.4% protein, 6.2% dietary fibre and 3.9% total minerals. The phytase positive strain hydrolysed more than 50% of the phytate in wheat sourdough prepared from heat-treated flour, indicating that phytate hydrolysis may be achieved by microbial enzymes even in substrates that have low endogenous phytase activity. If you’re looking for a nutritious grain to add to your next meal, give sorghum a try. In the case of sorghum grain, there is a quality specification with respect to tannin content. Vol.5 No.21，October 31, 2014, DOI:
Soaking of the sorghum flour at 22°C for 3 h at pH 4.3 prior tobefore baking, further decreased the phytate content to 0.58 µmol/g. It is light or beige in colour with a mild sweet flavour. This article belongs to the Special Issue on
These compounds contain policosanols, which are important to good cardiac health and controlling cancers. Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) is a less well-known grain in the world food market.It comes in a distant fifth for most produced grains—behind barley, rice, wheat, and corn. Porridges range in solids content from approximately 10% for a thin gruel to 30% for a stiff porridge of mashed potato-like consistency.
An exception is instant acidified sorghum porridge powder, called “Morvite,” which is commercially manufactured in South Africa (see Figure 12.2B). Phytic acid forms stable complexes with divalent cations and thus limits the bioavailability of calcium, magnesium, manganese, and iron. Scientific Research
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Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 89(11):1906-1910. John J. Burke, Yves Emendack, Chad Hayes, Junping Chen For example, in the Indian culture sorghum flour is referred to as jowar atta. Vol.5 No.21，November 5, 2014, DOI:
sorghum flour has ability to increase volume expand of bread dough, to decrease bread crumb hardness and to produce darker bread color. A. Kumar, in Encyclopedia of Food and Health, 2016. Sorghum flour does not contain proteins that produce viscoelastic properties similar to that of gluten found in wheat; therefore, acceptable yeast-leavened products from 100% sorghum flour are difficult to obtain.
This is good news for those who cannot eat wheat or other grains such as rye or barley due to gluten intolerance. Restructuration of sorghum and millet doughs through HP treatment resulted in breads with better sensory scores and exhibiting higher antiradical activities than those prepared by a conventional bread making process or gluten incorporation. A popular baking alternative and nutritious whole grain, sorghum helps improve heart health, reduces inflammation, and promotes digestion.
These traditional products from sorghum flour are almost exclusively made in the home, and generally the sorghum used to produce the flour is homegrown. It also avoid dermatitis herpetiforms disease. It also reduces hunger and keeps fuller for longer time. 5,848 Downloads 10,477 Views Citations, The Use of Sweet Sorghum as a Feedstock for Ethanol Production (Articles), Lincoln Villi Gerke, Gabriela Lionço Zeferino, Armin Feiden, American Journal of Plant Sciences
Animal Feed. When evaluating the bread making quality of the individual sorghum hybrids, the amount of water was adjusted for each hybrid in order to obtain an identical batter consistency. (1978) Effects of dehulling on tannin content, protein distribution, and quality of high and low tannin sorghum. It can be substituted for regular wheat flour in most baked goods without altering the taste of the finished product. Arendt, ... S.R. A very valuable coproduct created from the processing of grain sorghum for ethanol is dry distillers’ grain. These treatments affect the nutritional value of sorghum porridge. Sorghum Flour and Starch Particle Size Distribution. Also, strangely, there are not similar Codex crude fibre specifications for whole and decorticated sorghum grain. It is served as an accompaniment to a meal in India. 10.4236/fns.2014.521215
Elke K. Arendt, Emanuele Zannini, in Cereal Grains for the Food and Beverage Industries, 2013. Table 10.6. Sorghum food provides nonglutinous flours which is useful for avoiding damage to the lining of the intestine and makes it easy for nutrients to be absorbed. This adverse effect is alleviated by lactic acid fermentation (Taylor and Taylor, 2002). Vol.9 No.13，December 24, 2018, DOI:
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