MAILLARD REACTION

MAILLARD REACTION

A complex browning reaction that results in the particular flavor and color of foods that do not contain much sugar, including roasted meats. The reaction, which involves carbohydrates and amino acids, is named after the French scientists who first discovered it. There are low-temperature and high-temperature Maillard reactions. The high-temperature reaction starts at 154⁰C.

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