Frying of Food
Oxidation, Nutrient and Non-Nutrient Antioxidants, Biologically Active Compounds and High Temperatures, Second Edition
Frying of Food is the first reference to examine frying of food from the point of view of changes occurring to biologically-active constituents and the effects of such changes on the stability, performance and nutritive value of frying oil. It focuses on the nature of the frying media and discusses changes to non-glyceride components, especially nutritive and non-utritive antioxidants.
This important resource concentrates mainly on two factors that influence the deterioration of a fat at elevated temperatures: the nature of the heated fat and the presence of oxidation retardants, especially those naturally occurring in oils or obtained from natural sources. Discussions include important biologically active ingredients present in oils and fats (such as antioxidant vitamins and carotenoids) and minor constituents (such as phytosterols, phospholipids and hydrocarbons), which appear to affect the performance of a heated oil and/or may also be categorized as functional. Frying of Food also discusses olar phenolic compounds, which have an impact on the stability of oils at high temperatures.
Food and lipid chemists, food technologists and product developers involved in the processing of foods by frying, and to those involved in fat and oil research, in quality assessment of heated fats, and in improving dietary fat intake profiles will find this book valuable.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Fat and Nutrition. Chapter 2. Oxidation Products and Metabolic Processes. Chapter 3. Free Radicals in Biological and Food Systems. Chapter 4. Changes in Nutrients, Antinutritional Factors, and Contaminants at Frying Temperatures. Chapter 5. Enzymes and Thermally Oxidized Oils and Fats. Chapter 6. Determination of Oxidation Compounds and Oligomers by Chromatographic Techniques. Chapter 7. Nutrient Antioxidants and Stability of Frying Oils (Tocochromanols, β-Carotene, Phylloquinone, Ubiquinone and Ascorbyl Palmitate). Chapter 8. Nonnutrient Antioxidants and Stability of Frying Oils. Chapter 9. Phytosterols and Frying Oils. Chapter 10. Chemical and Biological Modulations of Frying Fats—Impact on Fried Food. Chapter 11. Food Hazards Associated with Frying
Dimitrios Boskou, Ibrahim Elmadfa