How many calories in 100 grams of chicken?

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Calories in 100 grams of chicken In plainly cooked chicken such as roasted, grilled, boiled or steamed (with the skin removed before eating) there are:

  • 68 calories in 3½, or 100g, of skinless light meat such as breast
  • 200 calories in 3½, or 100g, of dark meat such as leg (excluding bone & skin)

For the calorie counts of the vegetables that are served with chicken, or for fruit and vegetable calorie charts that are used as daily guides for ether weight loss or weight maintenance, see the page links, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
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