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Calorie Count of Some Everyday Food

Calorie Count of Some Everyday Food

Calorie Count of Some Everyday Food

The 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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