Sausage Nutrition Facts

Nutritional Values

Preparation Serving Size Carbs Fiber (g) Fat (g) Energy (kj)
Beef Sausage - fried 1 sausage (50g) 2 1 9 490
Beef Sausage - grilled 1 sausage (50g) 3 1 9 535
Bierschinken 1 (30g) 0 0 5 1300
Black Pudding - grilled 1 (90g) 6.5 1.5 21 1180
Bratwurst 100g 0 0 30 1520
Cabanossi 1 (30g) 0 1 10 460
Chicken 2 (50g) 0 0 6 375
Chicken - low fat 2 (40g) 0 0 3 295
Chipolates (skinless) - low fat 2 (25g) 0 0 5 230
Chorizo 1 (60g) 1 0 23 1140
Italian 100g 0 0 30 1520
Kransky 100g 0 0 35 1560
Lap Cheong (Chinese Sausage) 100g 3 0 40 1800
Low Fat Sausage 1 (50g) 1 0 10 410
Mortadella 1 (30g) 1 0 10 410
Pork Sausage - thick, grilled 2 (150g) 9 2 33 1785
Pork Sausage - thin, grilled 2 (100g) 6 1.5 21.5 1190
Saveloy 1 (100g) 0 0.5 20 1090
Schinkenwurst 1 (30g) 0 0 15 645
Vegetarian Sausage 1 (60g) 4 1 4 410

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