Calories in Roasted Duck
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Calories in Roasted Duck

Calories in Roasted Duck

Table 1 = Calories per 100g

Calories from...% (rounded)

Fat

89

Protein

11

Calories Per 100g: Roasted Duck

(based on average values)

Bones make up about 30% of the weight in roasted duck. Therefore, the calorie content will actually look like this:

100g roasted duck = 70g edible part = 424 kcal
150g roasted duck = 105g edible part = 636 kcal
200g roasted duck = 140g edible part = 848 kcal
250g roasted duck = 175g edible part = 1061 kcal

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ServingKcalFatCarbProt
100g roasted duck, with skin and flesh60660.5 g00.0 g17.7 g

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Source for calories in roasted duck: Department of Nutrition – National Food Institute – Technical University of Denmark.

How many calories in roasted duck?

There are 606 calories in 100g of roasted duck.

Percentage of calories from macronutrients:

About 89% of the calories in roasted duck comes from fat.
About 0% of the calories in roasted duck comes from carbs.
About 11% of the calories in roasted duck comes from protein.

How much fat in roasted duck?

There are 60.5g of fat in 100g of roasted duck.

How many carbs in roasted duck?

There are 0g of carbs in 100g of roasted duck.

How much protein in roasted duck?

There are 17.7g of protein in 100g of roasted duck.

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