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Home Cooking together Helpful information Steaming corn

A distinctive feature of the technology we used for grain processing is the use of the module (water heating) hydrothermal treatment (TRP) after winnowing separation groats mill before peeling.

TRP module performs the following operations: wetting grain binning in the bunkers, a preliminary external heating, steaming water and saturated steam drying.

Each process step is doing its share to achieving a final result - the production of steamed grains.

 


Phase 1. Humidifying and sweating helps to extract water and accumulation between floral shell and core of an aqueous solution enriched with vitamins, aromatic substances, macro-and micronutrients.

 

Phase 2. Steaming permit enhanced extract substances from floral shells and surface layers of the kernel, started in the first phase, due to partial condensation on the surface of the grain, as well as to transfer the dissolved nutrients deep into the core by the action of pressure steaming.

With the penetration of moisture, condensation nuclei and deep influence of temperature steam and condensate is starch gelatinization and denaturation of proteins, which in turn leads to gluing internal fractures in the nuclei of cereals. This also contributes to the fact that the cracks increasingly penetrates hot condensate from the steam.

Phase 3. Drying grain after steaming but bring it up to the humidity can extend the steaming process and complete "compaction starch" (gelatinization), which contributes to a more stable grain.

Thus, cereals, obtained from corn, steamed, preserves vitamins and minerals present in the upper layer of the grain, which on conventional technologies are lost due to cleaning and polishing.

It is important to know that cereal grains which are steamed, look more appetizing and crumbly, not stick together during cooking, are more air than conventional cereal grain polished.

These grains retain more than 80% of the vitamins and minerals that are lost as a result of the usual methods of treatment - when removing the outer shell and polishing.