The calorie content in a rack of lamb varies depending upon the way it is cooked and also on its serving size. A rack of length weighing 3 oz contains around 250 calories out of which 180 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal amount of rack of lamb is 20 grams which constitutes to around 31% of the daily value of the total fat. Out of the 20 grams fat content in 3 oz of rack of lamb 10 grams is saturated fat and there is a very minimal amount of polyunsaturated fat and monounsaturated fat. The total carbohydrates content in 3 oz of rack of lamb is 2 grams. The Cholesterol level in an equal quantity of rack of lamb is 70 mg, protein content is 14 grams and sodium content is 190 mg. Other micronutrients such as Vitamins and Minerals are almost nil in this food item.
The calorie content in roasted lean rack of lamb is different. It varies based on the quantity; a large portion of a roasted lean rack of lamb which weighs around 150 grams contains 338 calories, a medium portion which weighs approximately 90 grams has 202 calories and a small portion of roasted lean rack of lamb which is around 50 grams in weight has around 112 calories.
The calorie content in an Outback Steakhouse New Zealand rack of lamb is different. Each serving of this rack of lamb contains 1304 calories. The total fat content in this is 113 grams out of which 59.7 grams are saturated fat. Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fat content is almost 0. The Cholesterol content in each serving of Outback Steakhouse New Zealand rack of lamb is 351.4 mg and Sodium is 1373.6 mg. Total carbohydrates content is 4.9 grams, Dietary fiber 1.1 grams and protein content is 61.4 grams.