Carbohydrates: Dextrinisation

Dextrinisation occurs when starch is broken down into dextrin by dry heat.  For example, baking, grilling, toasting.

Dextrin adds a sweet taste to baked goods.  Dextrinisation contributes to the colour and flavour of many foods such as toast, bread and croissants.

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