Microwave Non-fried Instant Noodleby Alice Azeus sales manage
Non-fried instant noodle production line is consists of molding machine, cooking machine, cutting machine, air heater, microwave drying machine and cooling and packing machine. Recommended Features
- Uniform heating, high efficiency
- improved quality
- Easy to operate,
- extend the shelf-life
- Significant economic benefits
Review on Microwave Non-fried Instant NoodleMicrowave Ripening Equipment for Non-fried Instant Noodle Production Line
No oil type instant noodle production line is based on the fried instant noodle production line, removing deep fryer and replaced by microwave drying equipment. Microwave technology is a new type drying technology which is use of electromagnetic energy direct heating material, the penetration performance makes inside and outside heated and dried uniformly and rapidly, making the instant noodles quality has greatly improved, increase the degree of wheat gluten, smooth delicious and article continuously. Microwave non-fried instant noodle production line is indispensable equipment in modern instant noodle industry.
Microwave Non-fried Instant Noodle Technology Application Prospect
The emerging of microwave non-fried instant noodle technology has changed the insufficiency of current hot air drying process. The taste and flavor is the same as the traditional noodles, no oil, no lipid oxidation and with longer shelf life. Because there is no high temperature frying processing, can guarantee the product of natural nutrients. add vegetable powder, egg yolk powder, soybean powder can be developed into a variety of health, functional instant noodles food for children and older. With high gluten value, article continuously, the non-fried instant noodle can be made into stir-fried noodles with vegetable, cold noodles with sauce and other pasta food, conform to the food structure of low fat, nutrition and health, return to nature of consumer psychology, has a great potential market.
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