cómo hacer mani bañado en chocolate?

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Registrado: Lunes, 19 Mayo, 2008 - 11:01
cómo hacer mani bañado en chocolate?

El tema de mi proyecto industrial es mani confitado (mani bañado en chocolate, garrapiñadas, etc), pero no encuentro mucha información sobre el proceso ni qué equipos se usan. Si alguien tiene idea, please, escribanme. gracias

Registrado: Miércoles, 31 Mayo, 2006 - 13:58

Si te sirve, en ingles el proceso se llama:
Pan coating

Se usa un tambor rotatorio, el mani se hace rotar en el tambor por un tiempo rel. largo (por ej de minutos o horas). Se van agregando los ingredientes (chocolate, cera para darle una terminacion lustrosa). Se usa un suministro de aire seco tambien para elminar la humedad.

Video del proceso:

Aqui hay datos de algunos equipos:


Articulo sobre aumento de escala de un proceso de pan coating, explica las variables involucradas.

Aqui hay alguna bibliografia sobre "pan coating" referida a tabletas de medicamentos, pero algunos principios de disenio puede que sean simialres.


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Registrado: Lunes, 19 Mayo, 2008 - 11:01

muchisimas gracias emilio!!!!