First, I want to say I'm not a nutritionist, but the reason fried food is so bad for you is because it absorbs a lot of oil which increases the calories and points. This is a complicated question to figure out just how many points to add to your fried food. It depends on how much oil is absorbed in the frying process. Perhaps measuring the amount of oil you start with and the amount of oil that is left after you fry, then dividing it between the amount of servings you make can give you an idea of how much oil is absorbed. Deep frying in high heat should absorb the least amount of oil. When I must fry, I usually stir fry or shallow fry using the minimum amount of oil I think is necessary and I count points for all the oil I use. If anyone would like to add to this or comment, I would love to hear from you.