Escarole may be prepared using a number of recipes. The calorie content in different Escarole preparations is different. Here is a look at the calorie content in a few popular Escarole preparations.
Each cup of Escarole contains a total of 93 calories. Out of these 93 calories 65% of the calories are obtained from fat, 26% come from carbohydrate and the remaining 9% come from proteins. The total fat content in an equal serving of escarole is 7.26 grams of which 1.384 grams is saturated fat content, 2.185 grams is polyunsaturated fat content and 3.264 grams is monounsaturated fat content. The total sodium content in it is 790 mg, potassium content in it is 528 mg, carbohydrate content in it is 6.41 grams and protein content in it is 2.35 grams. It also contains some amount of vitamin C, iron and calcium. One oz of Escarole contains a total of 20 calories and 100 grams contains 93 calories.
Tanimura & Antle’s Escarole is also quite popular. One and a half cup serving of chopped Escarole available at Tanimura & Antle contains just 8 calories of which 60% of the calories come from carbohydrates and 40% are obtained from proteins. The total carbohydrate content in an equal serving of Tanimura & Antle’s Escarole is 1.5 grams and protein content in it is 1 gram.
Wegmans’ Fresh Chopped Escarole is also well liked. Three cups serving of this Escarole contains a total of 15 calories of which 75% of the calories come from carbohydrates and 25% are obtained from proteins.
On consuming one cup of cooked escarole you are likely to consume 29 calories. Out of these 29 calories 66% of the calories re obtained from carbohydrates, 25% calories come from proteins and the remaining 9% calories come from fat. 1 oz of cooked escarole contains a total of 6 calories and 100 grams contains 22 calories.