Nutrition In Indian Recipes: Calories in Masala Dosai, Chapathi, Rice, Paratha etc.

 

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Nutrition chart showing Nutrients in Indian
Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma
for 2000 Calories/day intake for healthy men
Country Millions of US dollars per million people

Nutrient

Amount per 1 Bowl

Calcium Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma nutrition chart for indian diet2.2% of RDA 22 mg
Calories Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma nutrition chart for indian diet9.6% of RDA 192 Cal
Carbohydrates Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma nutrition chart for indian diet7.23% of RDA 21.7 grams
Fat Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma nutrition chart for indian diet17.64% of RDA 9.7 grams
Iron Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma nutrition chart for indian diet11.25% of RDA 0.9 mg
Niacin Vitamin B3 Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma nutrition chart for indian diet20% of RDA 1.6 mg
Protein Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma nutrition chart for indian diet7.86% of RDA 4.4 grams
Riboflavin Vitamin B2 Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma nutrition chart for indian diet0.04% of RDA 0.02 mg
Thiamine Vitamin B1 Vegetable (Sabji, Tarkari) Upma nutrition chart for indian diet0.36% of RDA 0.2 mg
Vitamin A RAE  Vitamin A nutrition chart for indian diet0.99 % of RDA 9 µg

Serving Size : 1 Bowl

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Indian food recipe

Traditional Indian recipes are very tasty, quite nutritious, many are low in calories and fat if prepared at home. During recent years, the trend of eating out in restaurants is on the rise. The food available there may not be as nutritious and low in fat and calories as that prepered at home. Also the quality of oil may also be questionable. It may not be known whether the restaurant cooks are using oil repeatedly several times. Reusing oil for frying repeatedly will make the recipes unhealthy. It is therefore advisable to make these recipes at home and enjoy!

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