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Dried Konjac noodles 500 g
Dried Konjac noodles 500 g
Dried Konjac noodles 500 g
Dried Konjac noodles 500 g
Dried Konjac noodles 500 g

Dried Konjac noodles 500 g

£12.60
£2.52 per 100 g

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • Fat-free
  • Vegan
  • Naturally gluten-free
  • No colourants
  • Ready in five minutes

Quality: Dry

Dried Konjac noodles  500 g

Dry

£2.52
per 100 g
Organic konjac noodles in water  1 kg

Ready-to-eat, organic

£4.95
per kg
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Everything at a glance Dried Konjac noodles 500 g

Konjac noodles are also known as Shirataki, which means "white waterfall". Not only their name sounds magical – these noodles themselves are actually amazing! Konjac noodles are fat- and gluten-free, and wonderfully low-calorie, which make them a great alternative to the classic, more calorie-dense wheat noodles. Besides, they are not only great in Asian dishes, but also with Italian sauces like pesto! No wonder they are often sold in the USA with the name Miracle noodles!

Highly satiating noodles

Konjac has nothing to do with the French wine brand Cognac, but is instead the root tuber of the liliaceous plant called Konjac yam, a.k.a. devil's tongue, from which we obtain the flour that our noodles are made of. Konjac roots are extremely rich in Glucomannan, a water-soluble dietary fibre. Good news for all of those among you who care about their calorie intake: the Glucomannan contained in our Konjac noodles is going to make you feel full quickly and for rather long. Compared to traditional wheat noodles, Konjac noodles are substantially lower in calories and carbohydrates; they can therefore help you to lose weight.

Easy to prepare

Wait a moment; does this sound too good to be true? Well, it actually gets better, as Konjac noodles are also super easy to make! You have to simply cook them in boiling water for five minutes, and rinse them afterwards with cold water. Let them dry for a few minutes, and voilà! the fantastic Shirataki are ready to be added to your stir-fry pan or Bolognese bowl.

Konjac noodles are a real all-rounder: they are delicious as a filling for your summer rolls, in a colourful vegetable stir-fry, or in a warm and hearty soup; they can also be sautéed in tahini and soy sauce, or matched to braised tofu. But the surprises are not over! If you love Italian flavours, you can try to have Shirataki with your favourite vegan Bolognese or pesto. Being very neutral in taste, our Konjac noodles are simply perfect for any recipe and seasoning, and a great alternative to wheat pasta. 

What makes our Konjac noodles special

Konjac noodles are still pretty hard to find, in Europe; you might have spotted a packet of them in some Asian shop, or somewhere online. At KoRo, you can now order them in large quantities, and let them become a star in your kitchen! Thanks to our large-size packs, we can offer you these magic noodles for a convenient price. Have fun with them!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1432 / 340
Fat 0 g
   of which Saturates 0 g
Carbohydrate 78 g
   of which Sugars 3,3 g
Fibre 11 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 0,04 g

Order number SHIRA_001
Origin China
Content 500 g
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654782431
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients 50% Konjac powder, 50% tapioca starch, water
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. No allergenes according to EU-VO 1169/2011 guidelines.
Sales name Noodles made from konjac flour
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The KoRo price chart Dried Konjac noodles 500 g

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22.02.2021
Kalkulation: Sortimentsübergreifende Preisanpassung basierend auf neuer Preiskalkulation
3,70€/ 100g

-24,32%
2,80€ / 100g
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01.02.2021
Kalkulation: Sortimentsübergreifende Preisanpassung basierend auf neuer Preiskalkulation
3,60€/ 100g

+2,78%
3,70€ / 100g
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10.01.2021
Neu im Sortiment
3,60€ / 100g
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Why are these noodles so special?

While, here in Europe, Konjac noodles are still quite exotic and hard to find, in Japan they are a fundamental part of the cuisine. There are good reasons for this: Konjac noodles are fat-free and naturally gluten-free, and can be ready to eat in the blink of an eye! Moreover, they are incredibly versatile: Shirataki are perfect in your vegetable stir-fry, as a filling for your summer rolls, and in Asian-inspired soups, but they are also great with your favourite vegan Bolognese sauce or pesto - just give it a try! And for those of you who are calorie-conscious, there is one more reason to love Konjac noodles: compared with traditional wheat noodles, Konjac noodles have a lot less calories and carbohydrates. Shirataki are thus a wonderful ally, if you are trying to lose some weight, as they are not only low-carb, but they also keep you full for a long time.

Why can Konjac noodles smell funny?

Our Konjac noodles can smell slightly sour. This sour, at times fishy smell is typical of the Konjac yam root, from which Konjac flour is produced, so don't worry! We haven't packed fish with them by mistake. As soon as they are cooked, and rinsed with fresh water, Shirataki lose their strange smell, and their consistency is very close to that of rice noodle

How many portions are contained in a pack of organic konjac noodles?

As we know that sometimes these recommendations seem like they refer to babies or degustations, we at KoRo have decided to be honest with you and avoided printing any info regarding portions on our Konjac noodles. However, we do want to remind you that Shirataki, thanks to their fibre called Glucomannan, are highly satiating - more than normal spaghetti or wheat noodles. If you have prepared too large a size, just cover the leftover noodles with water or broth, and store them in your fridge, where they will keep for about a week.

Do Konjac noodles have any side effects?

Konjac is normally very easily digestible, and it does not cause any known allergic reactions. However, if you eat too much of them, you can experience the typically annoying signs of overeating a high-fibre food, such as bellyache, bloating, or flatulence. This happens because Konjac noodles contain the water-soluble fibre Glucomannan, which is very filling. To avoid these unpleasant side effects, you should start slowly your relationship with Shirataki, consuming small portions and drinking enough water along with them. Hydration is always good for your body anyway – just drink one or two glasses of water more, when you eat Konjac noodles.

How do I use these dried Konjac noodles?

Preparing and using Konjac noodles is super easy. You just need to cook them in boiling water for five minutes, drain and rinse them with cold water, and let them rest briefly. Your Shirataki are now ready to be added to an earthy soup, to a stir-fry with tofu and soy sauce, or simply to a pan of delicious tomato sauce; just let the noodles warm up with their condiment for a few minutes, and enjoy! Konjac noodles are incredibly versatile; let your creativity run loose!

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All the reviews "Dried Konjac noodles 500 g"

A
5 Mar 2021
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Super!

Before I have only ever tried the pickled konjac noodles. These I have only recently discovered, but find them super. You can store them super and prepare super fast!

I
7 Mar 2021

Im Vergleich zu denen in Wasser haben die getrockneten 76 g Kohlehydrate !? Wie kann das sein ?

I
3 Mar 2021
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Super quality and price performance

Super quality and price performance

A
1 Mar 2021
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They have a fun texture and are

They have a fun texture and are surprisingly durable (they do not get soggy quickly)

N
28 Feb 2021
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Very good quality

Very good quality

M
26 Feb 2021
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Great alternative to "fishy" ready-made konjac noodles

Haven't had time to try it yet, but find it super good as an alternative to the ready-made watery konjac noodles with the "fishy" smell.

D
21 Feb 2021
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I can only recommend it.

Super quality. Super product.

M
15 Feb 2021
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Lowcarb Lowcarb Nudelvariant

I've been really enjoying using it lately.

C
8 Feb 2021
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Gut

I only know them when wet but I find them more comfortable when dried.

C
30 Jan 2021
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Will definitely repurchase.

Finally, no pickled konjac noodles! Dried konjac noodles are hardly available anywhere... except at KORO! Really tasty and quickly prepared! and top nutritional values! Again and again with pleasure

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