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Grains of Innovation: Exploring the Development of Multigrain Bhakarwadi

Author(s) Sakshi Sandeep Vanire, Abhishek Shivaji Mohite, Aditya Manoj Pillai
Country India
Abstract The development of multigrain bhakarwadi, a well-liked traditional Indian snack distinguished by its crispy texture and savoury flavour, is thoroughly examined in this study. This study explores the addi-tion of a variety of grains, including as lentils, rice, millet, and wheat, to the bhakarwadi formulation, based on the formulation of traditional recipes. The goal of the research is to optimize the grain blend to increase the snack's nutritional content while preserving its distinctive flavours and texture through a series of experiments and sensory evaluations.
The first step of the study is to examine and evaluate the nutritional value of traditional bhakarwadi dishes. The suitability of different grain combinations for the bhakarwadi dough is next evaluated, taking into account elements like texture, flavours, and nutritional value. The study makes use of both conventional and contemporary methods, such as sensory analysis to determine consumer preferences and milling procedures to produce desirable grain particle sizes.
The study also looks at the possible health advantages of multigrain bhakarwadi, emphasizing its higher fibre, protein, and vitamin content in comparison to traditional varieties. Furthermore, dietary limitations and allergy sensitivity are taken into account to ensure that the finished product is inclusive and accessible.
All things considered, this study advances the realm of culinary innovation by proving that adding dif-ferent grains to conventional snacks is both desirable and feasible. Through the use of both conventional wisdom and contemporary nutritional analysis, multigrain bhakarwadi presents itself as a viable choice for consumers looking for tasty and nutritious snack substitutes.
Keywords Multigrain, Bhakarwadi, Culinary innovation, Traditional snack, Nutritional enhancement, Grain diversity.
Published In Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024
Published On 2024-05-14
Cite This Grains of Innovation: Exploring the Development of Multigrain Bhakarwadi - Sakshi Sandeep Vanire, Abhishek Shivaji Mohite, Aditya Manoj Pillai - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.20363
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