gelatinize


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Synonyms for gelatinize

to change or be changed from a liquid into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass

Synonyms for gelatinize

coat with gelatin

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become gelatinous or change into a jelly

convert into gelatinous form or jelly

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At this stage, the coating is in bits and pieces, but the high temperature of the frying process causes it to gelatinize and spread over the entire surface of the fries.
The TPS continuous phase is also attributed to adequate processing parameters such as shear, pressure and temperature to fully gelatinize the starch [23].
This is important for the overall quality of the fruit product, since the lower temperature needed to gelatinize the starch helps to preserve fruit integrity.
1 % (w/v) of tapioca slurry was prepared using citrate phosphate buffer solution and then boiled in the water bath with continuously agitated for 1 hr to gelatinize the starch before further use.
This is because amylose molecules as a result of their linearity line up more readily and have more extensive hydrogen bonding and consequently it requires more energy to break these bonds and gelatinize the starch [23].
control wheat : Although micronization did gelatinize wheat starch, changes in the structural characteristics of the endosperm or starch granules as a result of micronization were not apparent (Figure 2A and B).
The tubes were covered with foil, thoroughly mixed and heated for 10 min in boiling water both to gelatinize the starch, thereafter it was cooled very well.
To gelatinize starch, suspensions were heated at boiling temperature for 60 min with continuous stirring.
Once the starch starts to gelatinize, it becomes very sensitive to shear, which breaks down (dextrinizes) the starch molecules' polymeric structure.