Beef spare ribs are a cut of beef that include the long ribs as well as the meat between the ribs and on top of them. This is a relatively fatty cut of beef, and most of the calories in beef spare ribs come from fat.
Beef Spare Ribs has 217 Calories and 19.80 g of Protein per 100 gram serving according to the nutrition facts provided by the USDA Food Composition Database.
This nutritional information applies to beef spare ribs from the small end of the bones trimmed to 1/8 in. of fat with a serving size of 4 oz. A serving of beef spare ribs contains 288 calories, or 14.4 percent daily value for calories. This daily value assumes a standard daily diet of 2,000 calories, according to FatSecret website.
Fat, Protein And Carbohydrates
The calorie content in a serving of beef spare ribs includes 194 calories from fat and 94 calories from protein. The fat content in a serving of beef spare ribs is 21.61 g, which is about 33 percent of the daily value for fat. Beef spare ribs also provide 21.92 g of protein per serving, or about 44 percent daily value for protein.
The fat content in a serving of beef spare ribs includes 8.723 g of saturated fat, or about 44 percent of the daily value for saturated fat. This provides about 79 calories from saturated fat.