Sauteed potatoes are easy to cook and taste delicious. However on consuming this potato preparation you are likely to take in a good number of calories. The details about the calorie content and various essential micronutrients present in sautéed potatoes is given below in detail.
One oz of sautéed potatoes contains a total of 47 calories. The total fat content in an equal quantity of sautéed potatoes is 2 grams, carbohydrate content in it is 6.5 grams and protein content is 0.7 gram. On consuming 100 grams of similarly prepared sautéed potatoes you are likely to take in 167 calories. The total carbohydrate content in it is 23.3 grams, fat content is 7 grams and carbohydrate content in it is 23.3 grams.
A usual serving size of sautéed potato weighs around 5.3 oz which contains 110 calories. The total carbohydrate content in it is 26 grams, dietary fiber content in it is 2 grams and sugar content is 1 grams.
Sauteed potatoes are prepared by cutting potatoes into small pieces and cooking them in oil. Now, the number of calories in this potato preparation largely depends on the oil used in cooking. You may use olive oil, sunflower oil, mustard oil or any other oil to prepare sautéed potatoes and since the calorie content in each of these oils is different it is thus obvious that the calorie content in sautéed potato prepared in different oils would differ. Sauteed potatoes are mostly topped with salt and pepper and the quantity of these spices sprinkled on this potato preparation may also impact its calorie content slightly.
Commercially prepared sautéed potatoes usually have greater number of calories in comparison to the ones that are homemade as those prepared commercially are likely to include a number of spices, they may even be topped with lemon, coriander, etc for enhancing the taste.