You may opt for vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian sandwiches based on your food preference. The calorie content as well as quantity of other micro nutrients in sandwiches varies based on the food items added to it. For instance 100 grams of Tesco Bacon and Egg sandwich, Bacon and Tomato sandwich and Sausage and Egg sandwich contain 304k calories. An equal quantity of these sandwiches contains 19.4 grams carbohydrates, 9.7 grams proteins, 20.8 grams Fat and 1.2 grams Fibre.
A pack of this sandwich which weighs around 256 grams has around 778k calories. 100 grams of Chicken Ham and Prawn sandwich, Trio, Tesco contains 142 k calories and an equal amount of this sandwich has 20.2 grams of carbohydrates, 10.7 grams of protein, 2.1 gram of Fat and 2.2 gram of Fibre. A pack of this sandwich which is around 247 grams contains 349 calories.
If you have 100 grams of Chicken Salad Sandwich, Tesco Healthy Living you are likely to consume 132 kcal, 16.8 grams of carbohydrates, 10.7 grams of proteins, 2.5 grams of fat and 4 grams of fibre. A pack of this sandwich which weighs around 185 grams contains 263 k calories. Egg Mayonnaise Sandwich, Tesco Healthy Living which is a hot favourite amongst the public contains 156 k calories. It has 21.4 grams carbohydrates, 9.3 grams proteins, 3.7 grams fat and 2.8 grams fibre.
There are a variety of veg-sandwiches too. So if you are a vegetarian you still have a number of options when it comes to sandwiches. These are easy to prepare and also low in calories. However, certain ingredients such as cheese, butter, mayonnaise, etc can increase the calorie content of the sandwiches to a great extent. An average whole wheat or white bread slice offers 69 calories and the calorie content keeps on increasing as you add other slices and ingredients to prepare a sandwich.