Onion rings are used in 70% of recipes. They are used in salads as well as in main course dishes. They can be eaten both cooked and raw. They are the most famous ingredient in majority of Indian, Mughlai, Arabian, Sri Lankan cuisines and other. People love to eat onions too; they have a different flavor which adds extra taste to your food. But before you decide to use onion rings in majority of your recipes you should have appropriate knowledge about its overall nutrient content to make sure it is healthy enough to be on your list.
Under the assumption that you are taking one onion ring large in size up to 3 or 4 inches in diameter, the following metric has been provided.
- Calories: 32.4
- Fats: 1.8 grams
- Carbs: 3.7 grams
- Proteins: 0.44 grams
The data that is given above make it pretty clear that there are 32.4 calories in one large onion ring. Out of which 16.4 are calories from fat. As for calorie breakdown, in a onion ring calorie breaks down into 50% fat, 45% carbs and 5% protein.
The fat constitutes 3% of daily intake out of which 0.82 grams is saturated fat, 0.78 grams in monounsaturated fat and 0.078 grams is polyunsaturated. Saturated fat comprises 4% of the daily intake. It is fairly low in cholesterol content and contains only 1.7 milligrams which comes around to be 1% of the daily intake. Sodium content 50.6 milligrams while potassium content is 15.2 milligrams. The carbs constitutes 1% of the daily intake. There is 0% dietary fiber while sodium comprises 2% of the daily intake.
As for vitamin content, 1% vitamin C and 1% Iron. It also contains 1% of Thiamin, Niacin and Phosphorus. It also contains 1% of riboflavin.