Pengembangan produk edible dishware
Munawar, Lupita Maulida
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Edible dishware is a product development from food to edible dishware. Edible packaging is both safe to consume and able to reduce environment pollution. This research was conducted in developing wafer and opak singkong as base product which ordinarily have rigid shape and plain taste. This study was aimed to learn and obtain formula, determine production technology and profile of edible dishware. Edible dishware base was determined by formulating 2 base products until formula which is suitable in meeting production technology and product profile requirements was obtained. The best edible dishware formula was wafer for industry containing flour, coconut oil, liquid soya lechitin, salt, baking soda, and water. Production technology required all-in mixing using cold water (± 17 oC) for 6 minutes, 1 stage baking and shaping using a dedicated machine in 150 oC for 4 minutes, and 5 minutes cooling time. A small plate-shape edible dishware which had 9 cm of diameter and 8 grams of weight per unit contributed 1,5% energy; 0,1% fat; 1,4% protein; and 2,2% carbohydrate to average minimum nutritional requirement. Maintenance analyses showed that maximum time limit for product in contact with open air was 90 minutes and critical moisture was 4,3776% (w/w). Product handling consisted of handling in producer and customer level.