This study focused on the characterization of salami produced with meat from different pig breeds. The aim consisted in evaluating the added value of the inclusion of Apulo‐Calabrese meat in the production of salami, which was characterized by production until the end of maturation (1, 30, 60, and 120 days). The experimental design involved three types of salami, two of which were produced by partial inclusion of 50 and 75% of the Italian breed pork meat (S50 and S75, respectively). Physicochemical (pH, aw, fatty acid analysis, and malondialdehyde concentration), rheological parameters (texture analyses and color measurement), and bacterial biodiversity were evaluated. Results showed that the partial inclusion of Apulo‐Calabrese meat influences the fatty acid profile of final products, which were characterized by a higher percentage of monounsaturated fatty acids compared to traditional salami; however, due to the high content of unsaturated fatty acids, S50 and S75 showed higher values of secondary lipid oxidation up to the 120th day. The linoleic and palmitic acid content significantly affected hardness and brightness. Overall, the ripening process was able to control the microbiological profile and the S50 formulation appeared as a suitable choice that could satisfy consumers for nutritional expectations and sensory profiles.

Effects of different levels of inclusion of apulo‐calabrese pig meat on microbiological, physicochemical and rheological parameters of salami during ripening / Ambrosio, R. L.; Smaldone, G.; Di Paolo, M.; Vollano, L.; Ceruso, M.; Anastasio, A.; Marrone, R.. - In: ANIMALS. - ISSN 2076-2615. - 11:11(2021), p. 3060. [10.3390/ani11113060]

Effects of different levels of inclusion of apulo‐calabrese pig meat on microbiological, physicochemical and rheological parameters of salami during ripening

Ambrosio R. L.;Smaldone G.;Di Paolo M.;Vollano L.;Ceruso M.;Anastasio A.;Marrone R.
2021

Abstract

This study focused on the characterization of salami produced with meat from different pig breeds. The aim consisted in evaluating the added value of the inclusion of Apulo‐Calabrese meat in the production of salami, which was characterized by production until the end of maturation (1, 30, 60, and 120 days). The experimental design involved three types of salami, two of which were produced by partial inclusion of 50 and 75% of the Italian breed pork meat (S50 and S75, respectively). Physicochemical (pH, aw, fatty acid analysis, and malondialdehyde concentration), rheological parameters (texture analyses and color measurement), and bacterial biodiversity were evaluated. Results showed that the partial inclusion of Apulo‐Calabrese meat influences the fatty acid profile of final products, which were characterized by a higher percentage of monounsaturated fatty acids compared to traditional salami; however, due to the high content of unsaturated fatty acids, S50 and S75 showed higher values of secondary lipid oxidation up to the 120th day. The linoleic and palmitic acid content significantly affected hardness and brightness. Overall, the ripening process was able to control the microbiological profile and the S50 formulation appeared as a suitable choice that could satisfy consumers for nutritional expectations and sensory profiles.
2021
Effects of different levels of inclusion of apulo‐calabrese pig meat on microbiological, physicochemical and rheological parameters of salami during ripening / Ambrosio, R. L.; Smaldone, G.; Di Paolo, M.; Vollano, L.; Ceruso, M.; Anastasio, A.; Marrone, R.. - In: ANIMALS. - ISSN 2076-2615. - 11:11(2021), p. 3060. [10.3390/ani11113060]
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