Calories in Prawn Masala Curry

Prawn curry

Call them shrimp or prawns, doesn’t make a difference. The very mention of prawn curry is enough to incite hunger no matter what you call it. Whether it is made Kerala style or Goan, prawn masala curry is fragrant, spicy, yummy, and highly nutritious. And, there is no harm in including one or two servings of prawn masala curry per week in your diabetes diet plan.

Though prawns are known to be high in cholesterol levels, this cholesterol does not increase the cholesterol levels in our bodies. Having 150 grams of prawn per week in your diabetes diet plan is okay.

Benefits of consuming prawns

  • Prawns are high in omega-3 fatty acids. So, they are good for your heart
  • They are a good source of proteins
  • They have high amounts of vitamin B12 which prevents anemia, supports bone health, and prevents eye damage
  • They contain vitamin E, which prevents aging

Calories in Prawn Masala Curry (100 gm.)

Calories 178.76 Kcal
Protein 19.12 gm.
Fat 7.67 gm.
Saturated Fat 0.12 gm.
Carbohydrates 5.95 gm.
Fiber 1.78 gm.
Sodium 791.58 mg.
Potassium 428.71 mg.
Calcium 77.83 mg.
Iron 1.51 mg.
Zinc 1.70 mg.

Vitamins in Prawn Masala Curry (100 gm.)

Vitamin A 3.28μg.
Vitamin B2 0.09 mg.
Vitamin B6 171.7 mg.
Vitamin B9 1710.55 μg.
Vitamin C 16.52 mg.
Carotenoids 1156.07 μg.
Vitamin D2 0.69 μg.
Vitamin D3 0.32 μg.
Vitamin D3 (Active) 0.09 μg.