You have the option of consuming fettuccine pasta as well as fettuccine noodles. Both these taste equally delicious and also offer certain amount of nutritional value. The number of calories in each of these is different. Both Fettuccine pasta and fettuccine noodles can be prepared using different recipes and the calorie content in these also varies based on this factor.
Two oz serving of fettuccine noodles contains a total of 210 calories. Out of these 210 calories a total of 81.6% calories are obtained from carbohydrates, 13.9% calories come from proteins and merely 4.5% calories come from fat. The fat content in an equal serving of fettuccine noodles is 1 gram. Carbohydrate content in it is 41 grams, dietary fiber content in it is 2 grams, sugar content is 2 grams and protein content is 7 grams.
One cup of fettuccine pasta cooked using its standard recipe contains 220 calories. Out of these 220 calories 80% of the calories come from carbohydrates, 15% calories come from proteins and just 5% calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal quantity of cooked pasta is 1.29 grams, carbohydrate content in it is 42.95 grams, dietary fiber content 2.5 grams, sugar content 0.78 grams, protein content is 8.07 grams, sodium content is 326 mg and potassium content is 63 mg. It also contains other essential minerals and vitamins which are required for keeping the body healthy. One oz dry yields of similarly cooked fettuccine pasta contain 126 calories and 100 grams contains 157 calories.
The number of calories mentioned above is in the standard recipe of fettuccine pasta. These may vary depending upon the preparation of this pasta. Some people may add certain vegetables or different kinds of spices to fettuccine pasta in order to enhance its taste and the number of calories in it would vary based on the kind of vegetables, spices and oil added to it.