Processing and Evaluation of Fish Crackers
AbstractImportant traditional fish based snack foods are the crackers, known by different names in many countries of Asia. In India they are called wafers, flakes or crackers and in Malaysia they are called keropak. They are prepared from fish meat, starch, spices and salt. During frying they swell to 2-3 times their initial volume and become crisp and delicious. Minced fish meat, from either single or mixed species of fish is the raw material for the preparation of fish crackers.
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Hemalatha, G., & Amutha, S. (2005). Processing and Evaluation of Fish Crackers. The Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics, 42(9), 419–424. Retrieved from https://informaticsjournals.com/index.php/ijnd/article/view/6368
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