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The easiest method is to search for a free online nutritional calculator. I would
try out one or two and see what results you get (because the results may vary). You would have to enter all the ingredients is the only downside. Since many of the recipes here are from home chefs- they won't have published nutritional information.
I've used several- and the results look pretty accurate. They calculate; fat, calories, sodium, cholesterol, carbs, fiber, proteins and vitamin content.
I usually use Spark people's recipe calculator to calculate the nutritional breakdown for my recipes. It's free and easy to use.