MICROWAVE BROWNING AGENT DEVELOPED

MANITOWOC, Wis. -- Microwave products often fail because the consumer expects them to closely resemble those made by conventional cooking methods. One of the attributes these products often lack is the golden brown color produced by oven roasting. Red Arrow Products here has developed a browning agent called Maillose that creates a characteristic roasted appearance under microwave and other low-heat

MANITOWOC, Wis. -- Microwave products often fail because the consumer expects them to closely resemble those made by conventional cooking methods. One of the attributes these products often lack is the golden brown color produced by oven roasting. Red Arrow Products here has developed a browning agent called Maillose that creates a characteristic roasted appearance under microwave and other low-heat conditions.

Normally, browning occurs when certain proteins and carbohydrates react to

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