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Calorie Count of Some Everyday Food - Rewaj | Women Lifestyle

Calorie Count of Some Everyday Food

 Calorie Count of Some Everyday FoodThe first step to healthy weight loss is educating yourself in the calorie counts of various foods . Few basic calorie counts of certain foods that are consumed daily are sorted out here to guide all of you how much they are contributing to your diet.

Breads :

1 medium chappati…………….119

1 slice of white bread…………..60

1 paratha (no filling )…………..280

100gm Naan bread…………….336

Milk products :

1 cup skimmed milk………………45

240ml full cream milk……………150

100gms butter…………………..750

100gms cream……………………210

100 gms Ghee……………………910

Misc.

1 tbsp sugar………………………48

1 tsp honey……………………….90

Desi Foods :

1 Vegetable Pakora ( 1 oz.) …33

1 Aloo Samosa………………….156

1 Falafel ( 2 1/4 ” diameter)…57

100gms Chicken Curry……….132

100gm Chicken Korma……….166

100gm Chicken Tikka………….155

300gm Chicken Biryani………410

100 gm Chicken Kabab……….150

Vegetables/Curries ( 100gm portion )

Aloo Baingan……………………..103

Aloo Mixed Vegetable …………134

Aloo Curry…………………………105

Baingan ka Bhartha………….. 70

Bhindi…………………………….. 161

Cabbage (Gobi)………………. 131

Choley……………………………. 74

Kaddhi (Besan)………………. 100

Methi Aloo……………………… 121

Mutter Paneer……………….. 147

Kaddu ( Pumpkin )………….67

Kidney Beans…………………102

Torai ( Ridge Gourd )………65

Vegetable Jalfrezi…………..159

Vegetable Kofta Curry……147

Vegetable Korma …………..88

For your ease to convert 100 gm serving use this .
3.5 oz = 100 gm = 7 tablespoons

These are rough estimates as various sites quote different counts however its to give you an idea of the basic calorie range so you can do a quick mental count when eating .
So part of the Challenge is to make people aware of the calories they are consuming and many times we under-estimate the calorie counts especially since most of our traditional foods and snacks are fried.

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