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How Many Calories in Pasta

Pasta, which we consume abundantly because it is easy to prepare and is among the delicious and satisfying foods, is one of the foods that are thought to make you fat because of the carbohydrates it contains. For this reason, although it is a food that is a nightmare for dieters, when consumed in a balanced way, its calorie rate is very suitable and has a satiating feature. Those who want to consume pasta in its healthiest form should prefer to eat it by pouring yogurt on it.

How Many Calories in Pasta

There are 157 calories in 100 grams of pasta and it contains 6 grams of protein and 31 grams of carbohydrates as nutritional value.

Pasta, which is indispensable in world cuisines, especially in Italy, is flavored with various sauces. It is one of the most preferred foods. Today, thanks to the healthy eating trend, many people are turning to whole wheat pasta. A pasta dish is made by kneading and shaping the dough, then boiling the freshly dried form. Dry pasta can be stored for months. A plate of pasta carries approximately 200 calories of energy. If there is oil in the sauce added on it, this value increases.

You can consume pasta, which takes most of its calories (79%) from carbohydrates, by calculating it according to your weight and consuming it in an appropriate amount.

1 Serving (90 g) contains approximately 141 kcal calories, has 5 g protein, 28 g carbohydrates and 0.84 g fat, equivalent to 0.82 Large Servings.
A Large Serving (110 g) contains approximately 173 kcal calories, has 6 g protein, 34 g carbohydrates and 1.02 g fat, equivalent to 1.22 servings.
1 Small Serving (80 g) contains approximately 126 kcal calories, 4.64 g protein, 24 g carbohydrates and 0.74 g fat, equivalent to 0.89 servings.
1 Tablespoon (15 g) contains approximately 24 kcal calories, 0.87 g protein, 4.59 g carbohydrates and 0.14 g fat, which equals 0.17 servings.
A Heaping Tablespoon (20 g) contains approximately 31 kcal calories, 1.16 g protein, 6 g carbohydrates and 0.19 g fat, equivalent to 0.22 servings.
1 Plate (120 g) contains approximately 188 kcal calories, 7 g protein, 37 g carbohydrates and 1.12 g fat, which equals 1.33 servings.
Pasta is made with semolina produced from durum wheat with high gluten, vegetable protein and low starch content. In addition to water and wheat semolina, the dough obtained by adding eggs and vegetables such as spinach and tomatoes according to preference should not have a runny structure.

Pasta is a very rich food in terms of calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, protein, vitamins A, B1 and B2. It also has a cholesterol-lowering effect because it contains linoleic fatty acids and minor oil components. It is definitely one of the most popular and indispensable dishes of our tables with its price suitable for every budget, its compatibility with various dishes and sauces, its satiety, taste and nutrition.

There are 141.3 kcal and 90 gr in 1 serving.
Large Portion has 172.7 kcal and 110 gr.
There are 125.6 kcal and 80 gr in 1 Small Portion.
There are 23.55 kcal and 15 gr in 1 Tablespoon.
There are 31.4 kcal and 20 gr in a Heaped Tablespoon.
There are 188.4 kcal and 120 gr in 1 plate.