Nutrition By Ingredient for Shanghai Fried Rice

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This chart shows the nutrition content* breakdown by ingredient.

Original recipe serves 4.

Per serving
CaloriesTotal Fat (g)Cholesterol (mg)Total Sugars (g)Carbohydrates (g)Fiber (g)Protein (g)Sodium (mg)
long grain rice (46.25 g)171.131.3500.3935.721.623.673.24
peanut oil (10.13 g)89.5110.13000000
shrimp (28.35 g)28.350.3971.440005.79220.28
scallions (30 g)9.60.0600.72.20.780.554.8
white pepper (0.3 g)0.890.01000.
sugar (1.05 g)4.06001.051.05000
oyster sauce (4.5 g)2.30.01000.490.010.06122.99
peas (28.35 g)22.960.1101.614.11.451.541.42
ham (28.35 g)46.212.4416.1601.090.374.71369.68
mushroom (28.35 g)7.650.0300.491.170.170.711.7
egg(s) (33 g)47.193.28139.590.250.2504.1546.2
kosher salt (1.5 g)0000000581.37

The long grain rice contributes the most calories in this recipe.
The peanut oil contributes the most fat in this recipe.
The egg(s) contributes the most cholesterol in this recipe.
The kosher salt contributes the most sodium in this recipe.
The long grain rice contributes the most carbohydrates in this recipe.

*Nutrient content is an estimate using data provided by The US Department of Agriculture. Actual content may vary.
N/A indicates that we cannot determine the nutritional content for this ingredient in this recipe.