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How many calories in a plate?

Elena Melnichenko
Elena Melnichenko
March 29, 2015
How many calories in a plate?

Soup is the main entree. There are different types of soups, each of which has its own calorie content. It all depends on the basic ingredients.

Let's try to figure out how many calories there are in each of these dishes.

A plate of red borscht

Indicate the caloric content of borscht can be approximately, since each cook has his own set of ingredients from which he prepares this dish. On average, a plate of borscht (250 grams) may contain 200 kcal. If the meat is more fat, then another 30-60 kcal can be added to this figure. If the soup was cooked using sauerkraut, then the plate may contain up to 300 kcal. The most dietary red borsch is a bean - there is only about 100 kcal in the plate of such soup.

It is worth noting that the calorie content of the dish increases if you add sour cream or cream to it.

On the caloric content of borscht additionally read the article How many calories in a borscht.

Portion of green borscht

If we assume that the green borscht was originally cooked on the bone, then the standard plate can contain up to 330 kcal. If the soup was on a lean piece of meat, then the calorie content of the dish can be 150 - 170 kcal.

A bowl of soup

Soups are considered the most dietary, as you can find soup, for example, mushroom, a plate which contains about 50 calories. Below is the caloric content of different types of soup (a plate of 250 grams):

  • chicken - 210 kcal;
  • pea - 130 - 140 kcal;
  • solyanka - 320 kcal.

Thus, the table shows that the most high-calorie soup is a hodgepodge.

If you watch your weight or want to throw a few pounds, then you should not completely abandon the first courses. You just need to choose a low-calorie dish instead of high-calorie.


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