This study investigated the physical modifications by high hydrostatic pressure (HHP) at 600 MPa for 30 min/30°C, annealing (AN) at 50°C/24 h and the combination of both (HHP + AN and AN + HHP) applied to yellow bean starch to verify changes in morphology, X-ray diffraction, molecular order, thermal properties and pasting properties of native (NS) and modified starches. Morphological analysis showed loss of sphericity and increase in diameter with the appearance of pores on the surface after application of treatments. The AN starch showed lower values of syneresis, degree of double helix (DD), order (DO), and viscosity of the paste obtained by RVA. It exhibited a Vh-type classification with the appearance of the amylose-lipid complex. However, the gelatinization temperatures, as well as the enthalpy of gelatinization, were significantly higher. On the other hand, the starch treated with HHP showed a higher Setback (SB) value. The greatest modifications were found...

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