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Dried Konjac noodles 500 g


£16.50* per 1 kg

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

  • Also know as "shirataki pasta"
  • Takes just 5 minutes to cook
  • Vegan
  • Fat-free and without colourings
Quality: Dried Konjac noodles 500 g

This product is expected to arrive on 30.09.2022

BBD: 27.12.2023

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Konjac noodles are also known as shirataki, which means "white waterfall". This not only sounds quite magical, but it is: our konjac noodles make fat-free pasta enjoyment possible. The noodles made from konjac flour harmonise wonderfully with Asian vegetable woks, but also with Italian tomato sauce with basil. No wonder konjac noodles are sold in the USA under the name Miracle Noodles.

Filling pasta

This much up front: konjac has nothing to do with the French brandy cognac. Konjac is the tuber of an Asian lily plant called devil's tongue, from which the flour for our konjac noodles is extracted. Inside the konjac root is glucomannan, an extremely swellable dietary fibre.  Comparing the same amounts of prepared konjac noodles and durum wheat noodles, konjac noodles have significantly fewer calories and carbohydrates.

Easy to prepare

It all sounds so good, there must be a catch somewhere. Wrong! Even the preparation of konjac noodles is very easy: you only have to boil the selected amount of noodles in water for five minutes and then rinse them with cold water for five seconds. If you now drain the cooked noodles briefly, the long white spaghetti are already ready. And ready to soak up the flavour of your sauce perfectly.


The finished konjac noodles taste great with vegetable pans, in Asian summer rolls or as an addition to soups. Shirataki are also the perfect match when sautéed with soy sauce and tahini or with braised tofu. If you are more of an Italian pasta lover, you can simply stir the Shirataki noodles into your favourite soy bolognese and let it simmer briefly. The flavourless konjac noodles absorb the sauce perfectly. Since the spaghetti is colourless, the difference is not even visually noticeable on the plate. In short: a great alternative to wheat noodles!

What's special about our dried konjac noodles

Konjac noodles are still a rarity in this country. You may have seen them in small packets in Asian markets or online shops. Thanks to us, you don't have to settle for these piddly little noodle nests, but can get konjac noodles in bulk - at a bargain price, of course. So you can dose your konjac spaghetti yourself according to your hunger.

Note: the nutritional values refer to the cooked product.

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 290 / 68
Fat 0 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 0 g
Carbohydrates 12 g
thereof sugar 3.3 g
Dietary fiber 5 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 0 g
Product number: SHIRA_001
Origin China
Content 0.5 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260654782431
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients 50% Konjac powder, 50% tapioca starch, water
Cross contamination No allergenes according to EU-VO 1169/2011 guidelines.
Best before date 27.12.2023
Trade Name Noodles made from konjac flour
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Questions & answers: Dried Konjac noodles 500 g
Portion information on packaging can be tricky. It's not uncommon to wonder whether food retailers actually mean baby portions or only invite test eaters with very small stomachs. We don't want to patronize you when it comes to measuring out your food, so we haven't printed any portion recommendations. If you have cooked too much, it's no problem - ready-cooked Shirataki can be stored in the refrigerator for about two days.
Konjac noodles are still exotic in this country, but in Japan they are an integral part of the daily menu. There are good reasons for this: Konjac noodles are fat-free and cook faster than wheat spaghetti. Not to mention how versatile the Shirataki can be prepared: from Asian vegetable pans and summer rolls to spaghetti Bolognese. Comparing the same amounts of prepared konjac noodles and durum wheat noodles, konjac noodles have significantly fewer calories and carbohydrates.
The preparation of konjac noodles is child's play: First boil the noodles in water for about five minutes and then briefly rinse them under the tap for five seconds. Then let the noodles drain briefly and voilà: Finished cooking. Now you can simmer the Shirataki in your tomato sauce, add them to soups or fry them in soy sauce with tofu and vegetables. There are no limits to your creativity!
Konjac is basically well tolerated and does not trigger any known allergic reactions. However, excessive consumption can cause side effects such as bloating, abdominal pain or flatulence. This is partly because the glucomannan contained in konjac is very rich in fiber and capable of swelling. To avoid this feeling, you should try smaller amounts of konjac noodles at the beginning and always drink enough liquid when consuming them. Drinking water is good for your body anyway - and if you eat konjac noodles, then just drink one or two glasses of water more.
When you take the konjac noodles out of the package, they sometimes smell a little sour. This smell comes from the konjac flour and is typical for konjac noodles. You don't have to worry, because the finished konjac noodles don't smell or taste like fish and we didn't sneak a trout into the package. As soon as you have rinsed the noodles with water, the smell is gone and nothing stands in the way of your pasta enjoyment.
In the short cooking time of only 5 minutes, the dried konjac noodles absorb quite a bit of water. Their weight increases by about 2.5 times, which makes the noodles slightly thicker than conventional noodles. The high water absorption also leads to a change in the calorie-per-volume ratio.
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102 Reviews

Valérie R.  | 10.08.2022

Very convenient to store, I recommend

Positives: - Very easy to store and portion. - Quick and easy to cook in 5 minutes. - Neutral taste. Negative points: - Because of the tapioca starch as an ingredient, compared to konjac noodles, it's still a bit caloric.

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Barbara M.  | 28.06.2022

Are really very tasty.

Sooo lecker.

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Lucia A.  | 25.06.2022

Super recommended!!!

Excellent product, ideal for those on a low-calorie diet. Preparation is quick and they can be adapted to any seasoning. Excellent value for money. Fast delivery time.

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Armando B.  | 07.06.2022

Can't miss them!!!

Everything ok, perfect packaging, very good quality price, definitely OK, and then what about KORO a guarantee of quality.

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Laura F.  | 07.06.2022


Great price, they are good and satiating.

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Tatum P.  | 30.05.2022

Finally delicious konjak noodles!

Much tastier than regular konjak noodles. Ideal that they are dried, you can keep them for a long time in the pantry. Delicious with stir-fried vegetables, soy sauce and chicken/vegan pieces.

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Andrea P.  | 22.05.2022

Never again other konjac noodles

The best konjac noodles on the market. A little expensive ok, but for that they taste. Especially perfect in Asian dishes.

2 people found this information helpful
Stefanie G.  | 20.05.2022

Great pasta alternative

Super easy and quick preparation, in sautéed vegetables , tofu and homemade peanut sauce, some fresh cilantro : so the konjac noodles are a low calorie treat 😋.

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Mari Carmen D.  | 18.05.2022

Quality and quantity

It brings a lot that when moisturized, they are very useful.

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Alena B.  | 10.04.2022


I love these "noodles" with curry dishes. You really have to like the consistency - I for one celebrated it immediately. That's why I'm stocking up here. Also, they are no comparison to already soaked konjac noodles, but again, tastes differ!

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