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Number of Calories in Meat and FishThe number of calories in food depends on what group the food is derived from. Below is a table showing the number of calories in meat and fish. Follow the links below to find the number of calories in other foods.
- calories in vegetables
- calories in fruit
- calories in dairy products
- calories in bread and grains
- negative calorie foods (take more energy to burn than they give)
|Meats & Fish||Calories per portion size *||Calories per 100 grams (3.5 oz)||Energy content
|Bacon average fried||250 (2 rashers)||500||High|
|Bacon average grilled||150||380||Med-High|
|Beef burgers frozen||320||280||Medium|
|Cod chip shop food||400||200||Med-High|
|Fish cake||90 (per cake)||200||Medium|
|Fish fingers||50 (per cake)||220||Medium|
|Herring fresh grilled||300||200||Medium|
|Sardines tinned in oil||220||220||Medium|
|Sardines in tomato sauce||180||180||Medium|
|Sausage pork fired||250||320||High|
|Sausage pork grilled||220||280||Med-High|
|Scampi fried in oil||400||340||High|
|Steak & Kidney pie||400||350||High|
|Tunna tinned water||100||100||Low|
|Tuna tinned oil||180||180||Medium|
We want to provide a complete list of the number of calories in food so if you feel a food or product should be listed here then email us and we will try to add it to our lists. * Portion sizes will vary depending on the type and make of product purchased. They are very often a subjective view and may again vary according to bowl, cup or plate size used. Most natural foods are calculated in tests and specific product values are calculated by their ingredients list or from manufacturers information. Some values may not be accurate and should only be used for general comparison purposes.