Calories, kcal: 128 Protein, g: 26.1 Fat, g: 2.6
Tilapia is a small freshwater fish that ranks second in freshwater fish farming after carp. Tilapia has several names, among which: "river chicken" and "St. Peter's fish" (calorizer). Most likely, the fish comes from Asia Minor, and thanks to human efforts, it spread to the vastness of Asia and the African continent.
Tilapia is prepared in many ways, and fried tilapia is considered one of the tastiest! Tilapia meat - juicy, appetizing, high in protein. When choosing a fillet for frying, pay attention to the red veins, the smaller there are, the tastier the fish. Tilapia is fried quickly, in sunflower oil and flour or in batter, with the addition of all kinds of spices, depending on taste.
Calorie content of fried tilapia
The calorie content of fried tilapia is 128 kcal per 100 grams of product. However, the calorie content depends on the cooking method.
Composition and useful properties of fried tilapia
Telyapia is called “river chicken” for a reason. Its juicy meat contains many vitamins, as well as protein, vitamins: B1, PP, B2, K, B5, E, B6, B12, B9 and chemical elements: potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, sodium. The main advantage of tilapia is considered to be a protein with a balanced amino acid composition (calorizator). It is useful for children, the elderly, pregnant women, and athletes. Tilapia is also recommended for people who need to restore the reserves of protein and vitamins in the body.
Tilapia is contraindicated for people with individual intolerance to fish products.