- The carbonyl group of the sugar reacts with the amino group of the amino acid, producing N-substituted glycosylamine and water
- The unstable glycosylamine undergoes Amadori rearrangement, forming ketosamines
- There are several ways for the ketosamines to react further:
- Produce 2 water and reductones
- Diacetyl, aspirin, pyruvaldehyde and other short-chain hydrolytic fission products can be formed
- Produce brown nitrogenous polymers and melanoidins
Read more about this topic: Maillard Reaction
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