The nutrition and calories in Indian vegetable curries depend on the way the foods are cooked. As a general rule Indian curries are high in calories (high caloreis from fat). When you buy ready made curries, you don't have a choice, but if you cook your curries yourself, you have low fat options. Low fat Indian curry recipes produce tasty curries keeping the nutrition values and low calorie.
The table below lists the nutrion values (total fat, carbohydrates, calories, and proteins of Indian ready made roti, chapatti, bread, naan,paratha and dals from different makes like Patak, Serenna, Tastybite, Vadilal, Ashoka, Sainsbury,Loyd Grossman, Homepride and Go Organic.
The table contains the data for Agra Peas & Greens (Kosher/Dairy) Aloo - Chole, Bombay Potatoes, Bombay Potatoes Chick Pea (Chole) Punjabi, Chick Pea Curry, Chick Pea Dhal, Dam Aloo, Kashmiri, Dhingri Mutter, Jaipur Vegetables, Jalfrizz Vegetable, Kashmir Spinach, Mutter Paneer. Navaratan Korma, Onion Bhaji, Palak Paneer recipe, Punjab Eggplant, Rajkot Mixed Vegetables, Red Beans Masala, Saag Aloo, Saag Chole (Spinach - Garbanzo Chick Peas), Sarson Ka Saag, Simla Potatoes, Tikka Masala Vegetable Curry, Balti Curry Paste.
In the following table "-" means that data are not available.
The data have been compiled from the sites of the food manufacturers or in some cases from the food packets.