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Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg
Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg
Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg
Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg
Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg

Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg

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£5.50

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  • Fat-free
  • Low-calorie: just 6 kcal per 100 g
  • No colourants
  • The weight of the noodles increases x 2.5 when cooked

Quality: Ready-to-eat, organic

Dried Konjac noodles  500 g

Dry

£27.00
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Organic konjac noodles in water  1 kg

Ready-to-eat, organic

£5.50
per kg
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Everything at a glance Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg

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

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 25 / 5
Fat 0 g
   of which Saturates 0 g
Carbohydrate 0 g
   of which Sugars 0 g
Fibre 2,7 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 0 g

Order number SHIRA_002
Origin China
Content 1 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654782448
Data sheet Due to technical reasons, data could differ. In case you have specific questions, you can contact our customer support team. Specification
Eco-monitoring unit Due to technical reasons, data may differ. In case you have specific questions, please contact our customer support team. CN-BIO-119
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Once opened, store in the refrigerator and consume within 4 days.
Ingredients 95.7 % water, 4 % konjac flour*, 0.3 % citric acid**from organic farming
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 1169/2011
Sales name Organic noodles made from konjac flour, in water
Bio-sourced Non-EU agriculture
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The KoRo price chart Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg

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01.02.2021
Kalkulation: Sortimentsübergreifende Preisanpassung basierend auf neuer Preiskalkulation
1,00€/ 100g

-45,00%
0,55€ / 100g
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10.01.2021
Neu im Sortiment
1,00€ / 100g
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Questions about questions Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg

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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.

Are Konjac noodles good to lose weight?

Compared with the same amount of traditional wheat noodles, Konjac noodles have a lot less calories and a way lower carbohydrate content. Moreover, the water-soluble fibre of which these noodles are made, gives them a highly satiating quality.

Why can Konjac noodles in water smell funny?

When you open our Konjac noodles in water, you can smell a slightly sour odour. 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 rinsed with fresh water, Shirataki lose their strange smell, and their consistency is very close to that of rice noodles.

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

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. 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 of them 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.

Can I cook these noodles like spaghetti?

Konjac noodles should not be prepared like spaghetti. It is actually even easier to make them! Just rinse them with fresh water, add them directly to your pan or pot, let them cook for just a couple of minutes, and voilà! Your noodles are ready to be enjoyed!

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What do the others say? Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg

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A happy customer says

A
5 Feb 2021
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less waste and good product - clear recommendation

I ordered the konjac noodles when they still cost 10€ instead of 5,50€ - a bit annoying. The now lower price is now but about comparable with the prices in the Asia store where I usually buy these noodles. I ordered them at Koro, because in the Asia store the bags are always so small, which causes an incredible amount of waste - this is just clearly better here. The Koro also tastes a little less fishy, some feel that otherwise rather disturbing. 1kg refers to the drained weight according to Karo - all in all they weigh 1328g with packaging.

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11 Mar 2021

Hi. Question... how do you store the opened package of "konjac noodles in water"? Thanks a lot

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A critical customer says

L
23 Feb 2021

1kg konjac noodles ordered 260g received

I order regularly from the Koro and had always been satisfied until now. Really great products. Thus, I also came across the konjac noodles and was curious to try something new. When the package arrived, the noodles were hard, but after a few hours they became soft and thawed out in the plastic bag. It turned out that the bag was not tight, because water leaked out and the 1kg package was no longer filled with noodles. I became sceptical and weighed the contents. It was actually only 260g of noodles that I could eat in the end, which also explained the unbeatable price of only 5.50€. Personally, I think you should give correct information on the packaging and not fill up 740g by water.
Rather set the price a little higher and then also really 1kg noodles to consume!

S
23 Feb 2021

Hello Laura, thank you for your feedback. The product should definitely not arrive in this condition. Please contact our customer service so that we can send you a replacement product. Kind regards, Your KoRo Team

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All the reviews "Organic konjac noodles in water 1 kg"

S
25 Jul 2021
verified purchase

Definitely again :)

The first impression is super positive. Packaging, price... Have not tried them yet. But that happens soon :)

A
16 Apr 2021
verified purchase

In itself I was mega happy with

In itself I was mega happy with the noodles, not so great was that the price was reduced by 5€ shortly after I bought them and honestly said the second part of the noodles, which I prepared about 3-4 days later (still stored in water) tasted a bit firmer and strange, therefore only four stars ;)
My recipe tip: With nut puree, broccoli, Nusstofu and Edamame in ne pan hauen and ready

1
A
15 Apr 2021
verified purchase

Low calorie pasta alternative. Consistency I found at first something

Low-calorie pasta alternative. Consistency I found at first something to get used to.

A
13 Apr 2021

Perfect substitute for spaghetti!

I ordered the 1kg package and am totally satisfied by the consistency and quality. Have used them in an Asian vegetable pan and am pappsatt. Will definitely buy again!

C
12 Apr 2021
verified purchase

Getting skinny while eating :)

Moinens ;) ,
so I bought the konjac noodles because I'm on a ketogenic diet on the road and of course they are perfect for that :) . You have to pimpem the already with various vegetables (see picture) but that's what you do with noodles in general. The Konjac noodles are relatively tasteless and nothing to say aaaaber so is that when it consists almost only of water.
But pimped go the fully clear ;) !

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