Dried Parsley is consumed for the nutritional value it offers. It is an extremely rich source of iron and contains a good amount of calcium, vitamin A and vitamin C. There are a number of other essential micronutrients present in dried parsley and it also comes with some amount of calories.
One oz of dried parsley contains a total of 78 calories out of which 67% of the calories come from carbohydrates, 20% calories come from proteins and the remaining 13% calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal quantity of dried parsley is 1.26 grams of which 0.033 gram is saturated fat content, 0.13 gram is polyunsaturated fat content and 0.921 gram is monounsaturated fat content. It contains 14.65 grams of total carbohydrates consisting of 8.6 grams of dietary fiber and 2.06 gram of sugar content. It has 6.36 grams of total protein content, 128 mg of sodium and 1079 mg of potassium content.
One teaspoon of dried parsley contains just 1 calorie. The total fat content in it is as low as 0.01 grams consisting of 0.001 gram of polyunsaturated fat content and 0.01 gram of monounsaturated fat content. The total carbohydrate content in it is 0.15 gram, protein content in it is 0.07 gram, sodium content in it is 1 mg and potassium content in it is 11 mg.
On consuming 1 tablespoon of dried parsley you are likely to take in 4 calories of which 1 calorie is obtained from fat. The total fat content in it is 0.06 gram consisting of 0.001 gram of saturated fat content, 0.006 gram of polyunsaturated fat content and 0.042 gram of monounsaturated fat content. The total sodium content in an equal serving of dried parsley is 6 mg, potassium content in it is 49 mg, carbohydrate content in it is 0.67 gram and protein content in it is 0.29 grams.