Calories in fish

Any salt water or river fish is an amazing gift of the nature. Due to its richest chemical composition, fish dishes belong to diverse therapeutic, prophylactic, diet and baby menus and occupy a considerable place among other food stuffs. You will learn from the calories in fish chart below, what the least calorific fish is, and what useful properties this food hides in itself.

FishPortion sizeper 100 grams
(3.5 oz)
Anchovies tinned300 cals300 cals
Cockles 50 cals50 cals
Cod fresh150 cals100 cals
Cod chip shop food400 cals200 cals
Crab fresh200 cals110 cals
Fish cake90 cals per cake200 cals
Fish fingers50 cals per piece220 cals
Haddock fresh200 cals110 cals
Halibut fresh220 cals125 cals
Herring fresh grilled300 cals200 cals
Kipper200 cals120 cals
Lobster boiled200 cals100 cals
Mackeral320 cals300 cals
Mussels90 cals90 cals
Pilchards (tinned)140 cals140 cals
Prawns180 cals100 cals
Salmon fresh220 cals180 cals
Sardines tinned in oil220 cals220 cals
Sardines in tomato sauce180 cals180 cals
Scampi fried in oil400 cals340 cals
Taramasalata130 cals490 cals
Trout fresh200 cals120 cals
Tuna tinned water100 cals100 cals
Tuna tinned oil180 cals180 cals

Portion sizes will vary depending on the type and make of product purchased. Portion size is very often a subjective view and may again vary according to bowl, cup or plate size used.
Some values may not be accurate and should only be used for general comparison purposes.