Protein in Pork
The favorite choice for the term "Pork" is 4 ounces of boneless, cooked Pork which has about 31 grams of protein. The amount of protein for a variety of types and serving sizes of Pork is shown below.
Popular Types of Pork
Cooked Pork
Prot(g)
1/4 cup diced 9.16
1/2 cup diced 18.32
1 cup diced 36.64
4 oz with bone 24.06
4 oz boneless 31.00
Roast Pork
Prot(g)
1 thin slice 5.67
1 medium slice 11.33
1 thick slice 17.00
1 cup diced 36.15
4 oz with bone 23.74
4 oz boneless 30.59
Pork Chops
Prot(g)
1 small or thin cut chop 13.12
1 medium chop 24.28
1 large chop 35.45
1 cup diced 37.40
4 oz with bone 24.56
4 oz boneless 31.65
Pork Spareribs
Prot(g)
1 small rib 7.24
1 medium rib 10.13
1 large rib 13.02
1 cup 38.78
4 oz with bone 20.84
Other Common Cuts of Pork
Prot(g)
Ground Pork 19.14
Fried Pork 29.99
Pork Backribs 18.28
Pork Leg (Rump Half) 21.25
Pork Leg (Shank Half) 19.37
Pork Leg (Whole) 19.77
Pork Loin (Tenderloin) 23.29
Pork Loin (Whole) 22.39
Pork Shoulder (Whole) 19.48
Pork Steak or Cutlet 31.75
Pork Tenderloin 31.65
Other Common Suggestions
Prot(g)
1 oz Salted Pork 1.43
1 oz Pork Skins 17.38
1 oz Pork Chitterlings 2.17
1 oz Pork Belly 2.65
1 Pork Sausage 4.23
1 thin slice Pork Bologna 2.14
1 Pork Sandwich 25.62

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