Vitamins in Chicken
The favorite choice for the term "Chicken" is 1 breast, bone and skin removed of Chicken Breast Meat (Broilers or Fryers, Roasted, Cooked) which has no vitamin C. The percent daily values of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron for a variety of types and serving sizes of Chicken is shown below.
Popular Types of Chicken
Chicken Breast without Skin
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
1 Raw Breast 4 1 - 2
1 Roasted Breast 10 3 1 -
1 Stewed Breast 9 2 1 -
1 Fried Breast 11 3 1 -
Chicken Breast with Skin
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
1 Roasted Breast 12 3 4 -
1 Stewed Breast 11 3 4 -
1 Flour Fried Breast 13 3 2 -
1 Batter Fried Breast 19 6 4 -
Chicken Wing with Skin
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
1 Roasted Wing 2 - 1 -
1 Stewed Wing 2 - 1 -
1 Flour Fried Wing 2 - 1 -
1 Batter Fried Wing 4 1 1 -
Chicken Leg with Skin
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
1 Roasted Leg 8 1 3 -
1 Stewed Leg 8 1 1 -
1 Flour Fried Leg 9 2 2 -
1 Batter Fried Leg 12 3 3 -
Cooking Variations of Chicken
Roasted (4 oz serving)
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Light Meat without Skin 7 2 1 -
Dark Meat without Skin 8 2 2 -
Light Meat and Skin 7 2 2 -
Dark Meat and Skin 9 2 5 -
Fried (4 oz serving)
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Light Meat without Skin 7 2 1 -
Dark Meat without Skin 9 2 2 -
Light Meat and Skin 8 2 2 -
Dark Meat and Skin 9 2 2 -

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