Chinese Meal for Two

If you want to start your Chinese meal with some spring rolls, you can see that two spring rolls are 98 calories (5% of the Reference Intake (RI) for calories) and contain 1.6g of sugars (2% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

Half a portion of 222g of egg fried rice contains 342 calories (17% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 2.2g of sugars (2% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

200g of crispy sweet and sour chicken contains 355 calories (18% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 11.2g of sugars (12% of the Reference Intake for sugars). Ingredients include pineapple, sugar and a range of sauces containing sugars such as tomato ketchup, plum sauce, oyster flavour sauce and vinegar.

A 175g portion of chicken chow mein contains 199 calories (10% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 3.2g of sugars (4% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

A 22.5g side bowl of prawn crackers is 110 calories (6% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 1.8g of sugars (2% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

Per person, these dishes contains a total of 1,104 calories (55% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 20g of sugars (22% of the Reference Intake for sugars).