|Glycemic Index||Glycemic Load|
The glycemic index (GI) of dumplings equals to 86.0, which classifies it as a high GI food. The glycemic load (GL) of dumplings is equal to 24.9, which classifies it as a high GL food.
100 grams of dumplings contain 275.0 kcal (1151 kJ), 11.9 grams of proteins, 29.0 grams of carbohydrates, and 12.4 grams of fats.
Dumplings are a type of food that consists of small pieces of dough wrapped around a filling. These can be steamed, boiled, deep-fried or baked and often served with sauces such as soy sauce or sweet chilli sauce. Nutritionally speaking, dumplings contain carbohydrates from the wrapper and protein from the filling. Depending on what kind is consumed, they may also provide some vitamins and minerals too. The calorie content varies depending on how it’s cooked but generally ranges between 60 – 120 calories per piece for steamed varieties and up to 200+ per piece for fried versions respectively. The pros associated with eating dumplings include convenience; they are quick to prepare which makes them great when you need something fast! They are also reasonably affordable so make an economical meal choice if budget conscious cooking is desired. Additionally, there’s plenty variety available in terms of fillings so everyone can enjoy their favourite flavour combination too! On the flip side though one potential disadvantage could be its high fat content (if deep fried). Therefore people watching their weight should keep this in mind if choosing these types over others like boiled/steamed etc… Additionally certain condiments used alongside them such as noodles dishes may add further unwanted calories so moderation should always be exercised here too!