Shallots are available in raw form, dried form as well as cooked form and most of the calories in each of these forms of shallots are obtained from carbohydrates. One tablespoon of raw chopped shallots contains 7 calories out of which 90% of the calories are obtained from carbohydrates, 9% calories come from proteins and a mere 1% of the calorie content comes from fat. An equal quantity of raw shallots contains a total fat content of 0.01 gram, total carbohydrate content of 1.68 grams, protein content of 0.25 gram, sodium content of 1 mg and potassium content of 33 mg.
One oz of raw chopped shallots contains 20 calories, 100 grams of raw chopped shallots has 72 calories and 1 lb of these shallots contains 327 calories.
One tablespoon of freeze dried shallots contains 3 calories out of which 89% calories are obtained from carbohydrates, 10% calories come from proteins and just 1% calorie is obtained from fats. One fourth cup of freeze dried shallots contains 13 calories, 1 oz of freeze dried shallots contains 99 calories, 100 grams contains 348 calories and 1 lb contains 1579 calories.
100 grams of cooked shallot without adding fat contains 24 calories. The total fat content in it is 0.2 gram, total carbohydrate content in it is 3.7 grams, protein content in it is 1.7 grams and sodium content is 162 mg. You may burn these calories by running for 2 minutes, swimming for 3 minutes or lifting weight for 4 minutes.
Frieda’s shallots are quite popular. One tablespoon of these shallots contains 20 calories out of which 83% calories are obtained from carbohydrates, 17% come from proteins and none of it is obtained from fats. The total carbohydrate content in an equal quantity of Frieda’s shallots is 5 grams and protein content in it is 1 gram.