There are different varieties of cabbage available in the market. You may consume these in their cooked form as well as in their raw form. In its raw form cabbage is mostly consumed as a part of a salad. Cooked cabbage forms a part of different cuisines such as noodles, pasta, fried rice, etc. Cooked cabbage may also be had as a vegetable. Cooked cabbage is low in calories and is also quite tasteful. Here is a look at the calorie content in a few popular varieties of cooked cabbage.
One cup of shredded Chinese cabbage in its boiled form contains a total of 20 calories. Out of these 20 calories 53% of the calories come from carbohydrates, 36% calories come from proteins and the remaining 11% from fat. One oz of boiled Chinese cabbage contains 3 calories, 1 Ib of similarly cooked Chinese cabbage contains 54 calories and 100 grams contains 12 calories.
Many people prefer consuming red cabbage. One cup of cooked red cabbage contains a total of 44 calories. Out of these 44 calories 80% are obtained from carbohydrates, 18% from proteins and merely 2% from fat. A small head of cooked red cabbage contains a total of 158 calories, a large head of cooked red cabbage has 316 calories and a medium head of cooked red cabbage contains 234 calories.
When cooked with added fat the number of calories in any food item increases and cabbage is no exception to it. One cup of cooked red cabbage with fat added while cooking contains a total of 76 calories.
You may also consume cooked green cabbage. One cup of cooked green cabbage contains a total of 33 calories of which 69% calories come from carbohydrates, 16% are obtained from proteins and 15% come from fat. One cup of cooked green cabbage with fat added to it contains a total of 65 calories.