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Bio Ghee | 420 g
Organic ghee 420 g
£11.00
£2.62 per 100 g

incl. VAT plus shipping costs

Blütenpollen | 500 g
Flower pollen | 500 g
£12.00
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Cooking ingredients

At KoRo you will find a wide range of cooking ingredients of top quality. Let yourself be surprised and discover all the various oppurtunities, which a cupboard full of KoRo cooking ingredients will open up!

Order cooking ingredients online

No matter if beginner, amateur chef or pro: the result stands and falls with the cooking ingredients’ quality. In our online shop you will cooking ingredients, pick those you need for your culinary creations and the products will be delivered straight to your home.

Considering our wide product range, it’s worth to use the opportunity and stock up your home storage. You will always be well served, need to carry less heavy bags to your flat, whip up spontaneously tasty dishes and try new recipes. If you however lack inspiration, which dishes to create with our cooking ingredients, don’t despair: in our food journal you will find hundreds of different recipes, waiting to be tried out. Just enter a keyword or ingredient and search for a recipe that appeals to you the most.
By the way: if you’ve already created your own recipes, you are thoroughly convinced of and think, those creations need to become public knowledge, become a recipe author at KoRo and share your favourite recipes with the community!

Our variety of cooking ingredients to store in your cupboard

With our large range of cooking ingredients you can go on a culinary journey around the world.
Valuable organic Argan oil from Marocco, organic panela from Columbia, jackfruit from Thailand, Tonka beans from Brazil and and and - the list is long and a colourful mix.

No matter, if you decided to go vegan or eat low-carb, to follow the paleo diet or just to satisfy your cravings. We cover the whole range of cooking ingredients for the everyday use and also ensure on our food journal that you won’t run out of ideas.

A heart for pasta

Already an early age, it wasn’t hard to get us enthuastic about pasta with tomato sauce.
However, no later than during the first holidays in Italy, we gradually realised that behind the easiest pasta dish can lie a science in its own and even a faith community. The secret lies in the quality of the ingredients used.
In the meantime, healthy pasta alternatives are becoming more and more popular, such as whole grain spelt pasta or chickpea pasta.
With the emerging broad spectrum of different pasta varities, offers you space for your creativity in the kitchen. No matter whether for health or taste aspects, we think, it is about time that you discover sprouted pasta made of spelt or buckwheat, chickpea fusilli or even hemp pasta. Have fun and buon appetito!

Grains for gourmets

All breakfast lovers out there will have a reason to celebrate, we provide you with different kind of breakfast foods, such as cereal flakes made from spelt, oat and even rice!
Over millennials, cereals provide us with energy and are for many an important part of a healthy and balanced diet. It is also exciting, how different the various types of cereals taste compared with each other. Whether hearty, nutty or smooth and delicate - discover which cereal deserves a place in your muesli bowl.

Pseudocereal – what is it? 

Unlike wheat, rye & co., quinoa, amaranth and buckwheat do not belong to the family of the sweet grasses. 

However, those products are used as cooking ingredients just like common cereals, they were given the name “pseudocereals”.
Since pseudocereals are naturally gluten-free, their properties as cooking and baking ingredient are often different to white flour. Nevertheless their application in cooking is various. The variety already starts looking at their outer appearance, such as red and white quinoa grains or the various types of buckwheat which you can get puffed or as flakes. Surprise your friends at the next dinner party with some unique and fancy cooking ingredients!

Finest rice

Rice is more than a basic cooking ingredient: Did you know that Japanese people place so much emphasis on their beloved rice that they use several words for “rice”, depending on whether they talk about the green rice plant or whether the little grains are raw or cooked and for even more different meanings?
But not only in the land of the rising sun, but also in many other, mainly Asian countries rice is included as an essential component in the daily diet.
Our organic sushi rice is simply perfect for the next sushi party with friends, which will surely feed all the hungry. Our white and brown organic Basmati rice is suitable for various recipes, such as a spicy curry of lentils, a balanced and energising meal which you can also easily make ahead.

Aromatic variety of spices

Once the food is bubbling in the cooking pot, the question arises what ingredients to add for pepping up your stew or curry and satisfy your taste buds. Organic turmeric also as colouring cooking ingredient is a must, but also ginger will for sure give your creation an extra boost. For more inspiration visit the recipe section on our food journal.

This is also where you can find recipes for heavenly sweet desserts with Bourbon vanilla, organic Ceylon cinnamon or other exotic cooking ingredients.

Legumes - source of protein and fibre! 

Whether following a plant-based diet or eating also animal products: a glance at our legumes is always a good idea. Their nutrients convince with a lot of natural protein and a very high content of fibre. At KoRo you can find all sorts of beans, chick peas and lentils, which you can use as cooking ingredient for various dishes. 

Since the legumes will arrive in dried from at your home, you’re going to have a much greater quantity of beans or chick peas once prepared. Moreover, they surpass their relatives from cans & co. by far when it comes to the taste. You will also quickly see, that letting the dry legumes soak overnight is worth it. In addition, you can save unnecessary hauling, if you order your legumes and other cooking ingredients online and they are delivered straight to your doorstep.

High-quality oils for your cupboard

Being afraid of oils we have long since left behind us. In the meantime, it is a well-known fact that we must not demonise the third principle class of macronutrients. However, selecting the right product is of paramount importance. In our online shop you will find oils for a wide range of applications. While for salads and sauces cold-pressed oils - such as our olive or pumpkin seed oil - are well suited, for frying we recommend you rather use heat-tolerant oils, for example our coconut oil.

What should I cook today? 

Already planning to bake your next banana bread? How about replacing ingredients such as butter or margarine with our high-quality walnut, hemp seed or pumpkin seed oil? Especially nut lovers will love the nutty flavour which also harmonises perfectly with the sweetness of banana bread. If you’ve already satisfied your sweet tooth, how about preparing some fresh, mediterranean tomato sauce with our Extra Virgin olive oil and enjoy it with our organic sprouted wholemeal pasta?

Delicious recipes with KoRo’s finest cooking ingredients

Further delicate recipe ideas are, for example, wholegrain spelt pasta with our vegan pesto verde, vegan gyros made from our organic soy chunks or some risotto with crunchy walnuts. This list goes on and on, but why don’t you just go and convince yourself browsing through our food journal which offers you inspiring recipe ideas.

All questions about KoRo cooking ingredients

We would like to provide you with all the relevant information about our cooking ingredients. If you have a question about one specific product, please check the product specification attached to every product page. Should you not find what you are looking for, please contact us via mail or social media and we are glad to answer your questions.

Which KoRo cooking ingredients are organic? 

Many of our cooking ingredients originate from controlled organic cultivation. In order to make it as simple as possible for you, we added a bio-label on every organic product.
Our organic spectrum ranges from organic bulgur, organic couscous and organic millet through organic ghee, organic vegetable broth or organic cocoa powder to organic tofu and many other products. 

How to know if the cooking ingredient is vegan? 

On our products it is indicated whether it is vegan or rather which ingredients it contains.
However, it can be said that in principle all varieties of pasta, rice, pseudocereal and legumes are naturally vegan.

At KoRo you can also find vegan soy protein crispies with cocoa and yeast flakes. Even our pesto rosso is vegan - fully plant-based so that everybody can also fully enjoy it.

Does KoRo also provide meat substitutes?

Yes, our product range includes various alternatives to meat, which not only you will love, but also might convince one or two meat eaters.
Did you know that the flesh of the jackfruit is a great, low-fat alternative to meat, that you can season and marinate just as you like?
Of course, also pea protein strips or soy chunks for your vegan ragout must not be missed. For those who instead prefer to save themselves the time of marinating and seasoning, are well served by our organic smoked tofu which also brings some extra protein on your table.

How do I find aus if a KoRo cooking ingredient contains gluten?

Millet, quinoa or amaranth are naturally gluten-free. 

Even though also oats are gluten-free, it may happen that they contain small amounts of gluten. This is because often in the places where oats are manufactured, also grains containing gluten are processed. Therefore at KoRo you can specifically buy gluten-free oats and further gluten-free cooking ingredients.
In general, we indicate on each of our products whether it contains gluten or not.

Does KoRo also offer gluten-free pasta? 

Yes, we do and you can even choose: our hemp, buckwheat and chickpea pasta can’t wait to enrich your culinary creations.

What is the best way to store cooking ingredients?

Filled in our storage jars and stored in a dry and dark place, your cooking ingredients will keep their best possible quality.

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Cooking ingredients

Cooking ingredients

At KoRo you will find a wide range of cooking ingredients of top quality. Let yourself be surprised and discover all the various oppurtunities, which a cupboard full of KoRo cooking ingredients will open up!

Order cooking ingredients online

No matter if beginner, amateur chef or pro: the result stands and falls with the cooking ingredients’ quality. In our online shop you will cooking ingredients, pick those you need for your culinary creations and the products will be delivered straight to your home.

Considering our wide product range, it’s worth to use the opportunity and stock up your home storage. You will always be well served, need to carry less heavy bags to your flat, whip up spontaneously tasty dishes and try new recipes. If you however lack inspiration, which dishes to create with our cooking ingredients, don’t despair: in our food journal you will find hundreds of different recipes, waiting to be tried out. Just enter a keyword or ingredient and search for a recipe that appeals to you the most.
By the way: if you’ve already created your own recipes, you are thoroughly convinced of and think, those creations need to become public knowledge, become a recipe author at KoRo and share your favourite recipes with the community!

Our variety of cooking ingredients to store in your cupboard

With our large range of cooking ingredients you can go on a culinary journey around the world.
Valuable organic Argan oil from Marocco, organic panela from Columbia, jackfruit from Thailand, Tonka beans from Brazil and and and - the list is long and a colourful mix.

No matter, if you decided to go vegan or eat low-carb, to follow the paleo diet or just to satisfy your cravings. We cover the whole range of cooking ingredients for the everyday use and also ensure on our food journal that you won’t run out of ideas.

A heart for pasta

Already an early age, it wasn’t hard to get us enthuastic about pasta with tomato sauce.
However, no later than during the first holidays in Italy, we gradually realised that behind the easiest pasta dish can lie a science in its own and even a faith community. The secret lies in the quality of the ingredients used.
In the meantime, healthy pasta alternatives are becoming more and more popular, such as whole grain spelt pasta or chickpea pasta.
With the emerging broad spectrum of different pasta varities, offers you space for your creativity in the kitchen. No matter whether for health or taste aspects, we think, it is about time that you discover sprouted pasta made of spelt or buckwheat, chickpea fusilli or even hemp pasta. Have fun and buon appetito!

Grains for gourmets

All breakfast lovers out there will have a reason to celebrate, we provide you with different kind of breakfast foods, such as cereal flakes made from spelt, oat and even rice!
Over millennials, cereals provide us with energy and are for many an important part of a healthy and balanced diet. It is also exciting, how different the various types of cereals taste compared with each other. Whether hearty, nutty or smooth and delicate - discover which cereal deserves a place in your muesli bowl.

Pseudocereal – what is it? 

Unlike wheat, rye & co., quinoa, amaranth and buckwheat do not belong to the family of the sweet grasses. 

However, those products are used as cooking ingredients just like common cereals, they were given the name “pseudocereals”.
Since pseudocereals are naturally gluten-free, their properties as cooking and baking ingredient are often different to white flour. Nevertheless their application in cooking is various. The variety already starts looking at their outer appearance, such as red and white quinoa grains or the various types of buckwheat which you can get puffed or as flakes. Surprise your friends at the next dinner party with some unique and fancy cooking ingredients!

Finest rice

Rice is more than a basic cooking ingredient: Did you know that Japanese people place so much emphasis on their beloved rice that they use several words for “rice”, depending on whether they talk about the green rice plant or whether the little grains are raw or cooked and for even more different meanings?
But not only in the land of the rising sun, but also in many other, mainly Asian countries rice is included as an essential component in the daily diet.
Our organic sushi rice is simply perfect for the next sushi party with friends, which will surely feed all the hungry. Our white and brown organic Basmati rice is suitable for various recipes, such as a spicy curry of lentils, a balanced and energising meal which you can also easily make ahead.

Aromatic variety of spices

Once the food is bubbling in the cooking pot, the question arises what ingredients to add for pepping up your stew or curry and satisfy your taste buds. Organic turmeric also as colouring cooking ingredient is a must, but also ginger will for sure give your creation an extra boost. For more inspiration visit the recipe section on our food journal.

This is also where you can find recipes for heavenly sweet desserts with Bourbon vanilla, organic Ceylon cinnamon or other exotic cooking ingredients.

Legumes - source of protein and fibre! 

Whether following a plant-based diet or eating also animal products: a glance at our legumes is always a good idea. Their nutrients convince with a lot of natural protein and a very high content of fibre. At KoRo you can find all sorts of beans, chick peas and lentils, which you can use as cooking ingredient for various dishes. 

Since the legumes will arrive in dried from at your home, you’re going to have a much greater quantity of beans or chick peas once prepared. Moreover, they surpass their relatives from cans & co. by far when it comes to the taste. You will also quickly see, that letting the dry legumes soak overnight is worth it. In addition, you can save unnecessary hauling, if you order your legumes and other cooking ingredients online and they are delivered straight to your doorstep.

High-quality oils for your cupboard

Being afraid of oils we have long since left behind us. In the meantime, it is a well-known fact that we must not demonise the third principle class of macronutrients. However, selecting the right product is of paramount importance. In our online shop you will find oils for a wide range of applications. While for salads and sauces cold-pressed oils - such as our olive or pumpkin seed oil - are well suited, for frying we recommend you rather use heat-tolerant oils, for example our coconut oil.

What should I cook today? 

Already planning to bake your next banana bread? How about replacing ingredients such as butter or margarine with our high-quality walnut, hemp seed or pumpkin seed oil? Especially nut lovers will love the nutty flavour which also harmonises perfectly with the sweetness of banana bread. If you’ve already satisfied your sweet tooth, how about preparing some fresh, mediterranean tomato sauce with our Extra Virgin olive oil and enjoy it with our organic sprouted wholemeal pasta?

Delicious recipes with KoRo’s finest cooking ingredients

Further delicate recipe ideas are, for example, wholegrain spelt pasta with our vegan pesto verde, vegan gyros made from our organic soy chunks or some risotto with crunchy walnuts. This list goes on and on, but why don’t you just go and convince yourself browsing through our food journal which offers you inspiring recipe ideas.

All questions about KoRo cooking ingredients

We would like to provide you with all the relevant information about our cooking ingredients. If you have a question about one specific product, please check the product specification attached to every product page. Should you not find what you are looking for, please contact us via mail or social media and we are glad to answer your questions.

Which KoRo cooking ingredients are organic? 

Many of our cooking ingredients originate from controlled organic cultivation. In order to make it as simple as possible for you, we added a bio-label on every organic product.
Our organic spectrum ranges from organic bulgur, organic couscous and organic millet through organic ghee, organic vegetable broth or organic cocoa powder to organic tofu and many other products. 

How to know if the cooking ingredient is vegan? 

On our products it is indicated whether it is vegan or rather which ingredients it contains.
However, it can be said that in principle all varieties of pasta, rice, pseudocereal and legumes are naturally vegan.

At KoRo you can also find vegan soy protein crispies with cocoa and yeast flakes. Even our pesto rosso is vegan - fully plant-based so that everybody can also fully enjoy it.

Does KoRo also provide meat substitutes?

Yes, our product range includes various alternatives to meat, which not only you will love, but also might convince one or two meat eaters.
Did you know that the flesh of the jackfruit is a great, low-fat alternative to meat, that you can season and marinate just as you like?
Of course, also pea protein strips or soy chunks for your vegan ragout must not be missed. For those who instead prefer to save themselves the time of marinating and seasoning, are well served by our organic smoked tofu which also brings some extra protein on your table.

How do I find aus if a KoRo cooking ingredient contains gluten?

Millet, quinoa or amaranth are naturally gluten-free. 

Even though also oats are gluten-free, it may happen that they contain small amounts of gluten. This is because often in the places where oats are manufactured, also grains containing gluten are processed. Therefore at KoRo you can specifically buy gluten-free oats and further gluten-free cooking ingredients.
In general, we indicate on each of our products whether it contains gluten or not.

Does KoRo also offer gluten-free pasta? 

Yes, we do and you can even choose: our hemp, buckwheat and chickpea pasta can’t wait to enrich your culinary creations.

What is the best way to store cooking ingredients?

Filled in our storage jars and stored in a dry and dark place, your cooking ingredients will keep their best possible quality.