publication . Article . 2012

Sweet samosas: a new food product in the Portuguese market.

Raquel Guiné;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2012
  • Country: Portugal
Abstract
Since in the present times families have much less time to prepare meals or even deserts, and because sweets are always so well accepted to enjoy a moment of pleasure either alone or shared, it was the aim of this academic work to prepare an alternative desert, not at sale in the Portuguese market, and study its acceptance by the consumers. The product selected was sweet samosas, and these were prepared with different filings (apple & cinnamon, chocolate & hazelnut, kiwi & walnut, strawberry & chocolate, pumpkin jam & almond, apricot jam & walnut) and different cooking instructions (fried or oven roasted). The work involved the formulation of the recipes and pre...
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free text keywords: samosa, desert, product development, market study, sensorial analysis
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