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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

(33)
£13.50
£27.00 per kg

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • Also know as "shirataki pasta"
  • Takes just 5 minutes to cook
  • Vegan
  • Fat-free and without colourings

Quality: Dry

Dried Konjac noodles  500 g

Dry

£27.00
per kg
Organic konjac noodles in water  1 kg

Ready-to-eat, organic

£5.50
per kg
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BBD: 10.09.2022

Everything at a glance Dried Konjac noodles 500 g

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
Energy (in kj/kcal) 290 / 68
Fat 0 g
   of which Saturates 0 g
Carbohydrate 12 g
   of which Sugars 3,3 g
Fibre 5 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 0 g

Order number SHIRA_001
Origin China
Content 0.5 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654782431
Data sheet Due to technical reasons, data could differ. In case you have specific questions, you can contact our customer support team. 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 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! Compared with traditional wheat noodles, Konjac noodles have a lot less calories and carbohydrates.

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 much water do the konjac noodles absorb during preparation?

During 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 somewhat thicker than conventional noodles. The high water absorption also leads to a change in the calorie-per-volume ratio.

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C
17 Jun 2021
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Had never seen the noodles like this before

Had the noodles so never seen and was rather accidentally stumbled upon them. Very interesting consistency, can be similar to spaghetti enjoy well with sauce, they also take up very well. Have thereby but still more bite than a spaghetti or other dough noodles.

A
16 Jun 2021
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super practical dried in portion size

super practical dried in portion size

A
7 Jun 2021
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Again, I'm glad to see

Again, glad to see a convenient large package. Have so far konjac noodles only in water and they take up more space and produce more waste. Am therefore very satisfied! Taste is yes rather neutral. :)

M
22 May 2021
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Much better than the noodles in liquid,

Much better than the noodles in liquid, price also good

J
20 May 2021

It's OK, it's good!

I think the cooking time is longer than promised, but otherwise it's a good product.

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