Delicious roman beans are known to offer a number of health benefits. There are a various ways in which roman beans can be cooked; you may steam them, boil them, roast the, stir fry them and cook them using various other methods. In order to enhance the taste of this vegetable many roman bean preparations include a number of tasteful ingredients. The calorie content in these varies to some extent based on the way these are prepared and also the ingredients added to these.
Boiled roman beans are considered quite healthy as these are devoid of any kind of oil. One cup of boiled roman beans with salt contains a total of 241 calories of which as less as 7 calories are obtained from fat. The total fat content in it is 0.8 gram, carbohydrate content in it is 43.3 grams, protein content is 16.5 grams, dietary fiber content is 17.7 grams, sodium content in it is 419 mg and potassium content is 685 mg.
You may also consume roasted roman beans. Each serving of roasted roman beans contains a total of 24.4 calories. The total fat content in an equal serving of roasted roman beans is 1 grams consisting of 0.1 grams each of saturated fat content and polyunsaturated fat content and 0.7 grams of monounsaturated fat content. The total sodium content in an equal serving of roasted roman beans is 56 mg, potassium content in it is 25.5 mg, carbohydrate content in it is 3.5 grams, protein 1.1 gram, dietary fiber content in it is 1.1 grams and sugar content in it is 0.4 gram.
Similarly there are a number of other ways in which roman beans can be prepared. You may stir fry them Stir fried roman beans taste delicious and also have their own set of nutritional value. However, the number of calories in it is high in comparison to the boiled or roasted roman beans.