Indian Food Calories Chart PDF English, Hindi

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India, a country of diverse culture, practices both vegetarianism and non-vegetarianism with plentiful spices and herbs in Indian cuisines which makes up for a balanced diet. The Indian diet is highly awarded for its nutrition but it has an exorbitant level of calories which is not at all encouraging for a healthy lifestyle.

Calorie in simple terms is a unit of measurement that is used to measure the unit of energy one will obtain by the consumption of a particular amount of any particular food item. Indian thalis are a combination of different food items and dishes arranged together according to dietary preference.

Indian Food Calories

One of the thumb rules for weight loss is to keep track of your calorie intake. If you are on a weight reduction diet or are even remotely aware of the diet and fitness world, you may have heard the most common weight loss advice of burning calories is to burn fat.

  • A Bowl of Cooked Rice: 1 bowl of cooked rice has about 136 calories and a plate of cooked rice has 272 calories, which is about 60 to 80 grams a plate.
  • 1 Medium Chapatti made with 20 grams of atta (whole wheat atta) has about 70 calories, while 1 large chapatti made with 30 grams of atta will have about 100 calories. On the other hand, 1 large plain parantha made with 30 grams of atta had about 121 calories and a portion of stuffed Aloo Parantha will amount to 210 calories.
  • 1 bowl of cooked Moong Dal, say about 30 grams of dal, would come up to about 104 calories. The calories in other dals may slightly vary. It is always advisable to go for a whole variety of dals over the refined ones to have maximum nutritional benefit.
  • A bowl of dry sabzi of bhindi, potatoes, or cauliflower adds roughly up to 150 calories.

North Indian Food Calories Chart

FoodAmount Calories per serving
Bottle gourd100 gm11
Ridge gourd100 gm13
Bitter gourd100 gm21
Capsicum100 gm16
Fenugreek leaves (cooked)100 gm34
Radish leaves100 gm26
Spinach100 gm24
Pumpkin100 gm23
Zucchini100 gm20
Drumsticks100 gm67
Tomato100 gm21
Sprouts100 gm44
French beans100 gm24
Kidney beans1 cup337
Soya beans1 cup446
Beans1 cup40
Peas1 cup118
Lady’s finger1 cup150
Cabbage1 cup60
Cauliflower1 cup150
Broccoli1 cup40
Brinjal1 cup40
Cottage cheese100 gm258
Palak paneer1 cup280
Fried potato1 cup200
Mashed potatoes1 cup100
Sweet potato1 cup96
Mushrooms1 cup296
Mixed Veggies1 cup80
Vegetable Curry1 cup130

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