Ground tiger nuts 1kg


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  • Sweet almond flavour
  • Rich in fibre (14 g/100 g)
  • Great for baking and preparing snacks
  • Ground extra finely into flour
  • Vegan

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Tiger nuts ... are they peanuts, almonds or a mixture? What is it about the pea-sized, brown nodules? We got to the bottom of it and went on a little safari to answer this question for you. "Why safari, you ask? Well, because tiger nuts are originally native to Africa! There, by the way, they have been used as a remedy for centuries. But the tiger nut has also arrived in Europe. It is particularly popular over here because it is not really a nut or shell fruit, but a grass plant. This means that even nut allergy sufferers can enjoy it! You want to convince yourself of the nut alternative? Go for it! At KoRo you can buy the ground tiger nuts in the convenient 1 kg value pack online!

Tiger nut – where does the name come from?

The special plant is known as tiger nut. The appearance is particularly striking. The pea-sized, brown balls have stripes on them, just like tigers. That's why they have come to be known as tiger nuts. 

Tiger nut: the nut for people with nut allergies?!

Now you're probably wondering why tiger nuts are completely safe for nut allergy sufferers. After all, they are often mentioned in the same breath as peanuts, almonds, hazelnuts and such. Even in KoRo's online shop, tiger nut flour is listed in the nut flour category and our shaved tiger nuts appear under the raw nuts page! If we want to be precise, it is not accurate to list tiger nuts as nuts. Despite the name, tiger nuts are not actual nuts. They come from a sour grass plant which forms brown nodules on its roots — tiger nuts.

Processing ground tiger nuts

The tiger nut has a lot to offer - especially as an alternative to cereals and ground nuts. So tiger nut flour is wonderful for baked goods such as bread, cakes and pastries. Just make sure that you don't replace the wheat flour 1:1. It is best to mix the tiger nut flour with another flour, for example buckwheat flour, to improve the baking quality. Even stirred lightly into yoghurt or porridge, the sweet taste of the ground nodules is convincing and with 14 g of dietary fibre per 100 g, they give you a good start to the day! Tiger nut flour is also a great binder for sauces or soups.

Recipes with ground tiger nuts

Are you still looking for delicious recipes with finely ground tiger nuts? Then try your standard breakfast in a slightly different style: our porridge bread with apples, dates and walnuts can be refined beautifully with tiger nuts and baked in advance, for those mornings where you have no time to spare. Make our incredible no bake chocolate and cherry cake for the next afternoon coffee session without even firing up the oven! You can make many different little sweet treats with tiger nuts, such as black forest cherry balls, chestnut tarts or gingerbread snack bars. If you prefer savoury foods, the tiger nut flour is a great base for pizza dough, flatbreads or quiches.

Buy KoRo's ground tiger nuts

This insightful and informative safari has definitely convinced us that tiger nuts have it all. You don't want to miss out on the finely ground tiger nuts in your kitchen and try out the various recipes? Then go ahead and order the convenient 1 kg value pack in KoRo's online shop!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 1958 /  468
Fat 25 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 5.3 g
Carbohydrates 48 g
thereof sugar 21 g
Dietary fiber 14 g
Protein 4.6 g
Salt 0.08 g
Product number: ERDMAND_001
Best before date 28.12.2024
Origin Niger
Origin (Processing) Spain
Content 1 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260335837436
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store the product in a cool and dry place, protected from light.
Ingredients 100% tiger nuts
Cross contamination No allergens according to EU Regulation 1169/2011.
Trade Name Finely ground tiger nuts
Label note Ingredients, nutritional values, and packaging may change. For exact information, please check the product description.
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Questions & answers: Ground tiger nuts 1kg
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Ground tiger nuts can be used in a variety of ways as a substitute for grains and nuts, for example in baked goods such as cakes and breads, and as a binder in sauces or soups. How about gingerbread snack bars, black forest cherry balls or a no-bake chocolate cherry brownie cake? But the ground tiger nuts also add a delicious, sweet taste to your yogurt or porridge.
Yes, our tiger nut flour consists of 100% finely ground tiger nuts and contains no animal products. Vegan recipes are therefore no limits!
This product is best stored in its original unopened packaging in a dark, dry and cool place. Then the shelf life is at least 15 months. Once you open the package, you should use the ground tiger nuts within 9 months.
The tiger nut has a sweet taste and tastes slightly like almonds - hence its name.
Yes, you cannot use the ground tiger nuts 1:1 as a substitute for wheat flour. To improve the baking properties, you should mix them with other flours, such as buckwheat flour.
The tiger nuts have 468 kcal per 100 g.
Originally, the tiger nuts come from Africa. There they have been known as a remedy for centuries. In the meantime, however, they have also arrived in Europe and the USA and are widely used there.
Our tiger nuts are very finely ground into flour and are therefore ideal as a baking ingredient for many recipes. In the practical 1 kg advantage pack, you will also not run out of the special baking ingredient so quickly!
Yes, the tiger nut flour contains 48 g of carbohydrates per 100 g.
The tiger nut is a sour grass, while the peanut is a legume.
Tiger nuts are naturally gluten-free. Nevertheless, depending on the cultivation area, contamination with gluten-containing grain may occur during harvesting and further processing. Therefore, we do not label our ground tiger nuts as gluten-free.
Yes, even if you have a nut allergy, you do not have to do without the delicious tigernuts. They are a sour grass and therefore not nuts. So grab them with all your might!


Erdmandeln aus Niger:

Erdmandeln werden auch “Tigernüsse” oder “Chufas” genannt. Bereits im alten Ägypten wurden sie als Nahrungspflanze kultiviert. Sie gehören zur Gattung der Zypergräser, haben also entgegen ihres Namens nichts mit Mandeln oder Erdnüssen zu tun. Heute werden die Knollen sowohl im Mittelmeerraum, als auch in Ostindien und Brasilien angebaut. Ursprünglich kommen sie aber vermutlich aus Afrika. Hier sind auch unsere Erdmandeln beheimatet. In Niger ist fleißiges Wachsen angesagt!

Die Erdmandel-Ernte

Erdmandeln wachsen am liebsten in sandigem Boden. Zwischen April und Mai wird die Pflanze eingesetzt, bis September darf sie dann groß werden. Danach ist Trocknungszeit! Bis November oder Dezember trocknen die Erdmandeln unter der Erde auf den Feldern, bevor sie bis März des folgenden Jahres mit einer Erntemaschine geerntet werden.

Jetzt wird getrocknet!

Bis die Erdmandel so aussieht, wie auf diesem Bild, dauert es eine ganze Weile: Nach der Ernte wird das oberirdische Blattwerk maschinell entfernt. Danach wird die Erde abgesiebt und die übrig gebliebenen Knollen werden gewaschen. Jetzt wird wieder getrocknet, diesmal aber in einer großen Halle und für drei Monate. Die Erdmandeln werden regelmäßig gewendet, damit sie schön gleichmäßig trocknen. Nach dieser Beauty-Prozedur sind sie nun endlich verzehrfertig!

Erdmandeln: Gehobelt oder gemahlen?

Der letzte Schritt geht dafür umso schneller: Die Erdmandeln werden in unserem Werk in Spanien gehobelt bzw. gemahlen und sofort in unsere großen 1 kg-Vorteilspackungen abgefüllt. Jetzt sind sie bereit für Deine Koch- und Backaktionen!"

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Really great! Good taste, I was able to make my Spanish Horchata that I missed so much! Thanks

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Tigernuts at last!!

I will use it for baking/drawing and especially I will make tiger nut drink. In Spain (Valencia) they drink what they call "Orxata de Xufa".



Great supplementary flour

The flour is a little lumpy, but is very easy to work with. Very good price



I am very satisfied with this and the other products.

I like this product very much and will order it again.



Smells good, tastes good - good price.

Very good price-performance ratio. Smells good, tastes good - good price.



Delicious nut alternative

I used it in the apple strudel and in the RAW cake and both turned out wonderfully.

Kevin H.


Good quality, good size and absolutely recommendable.

Good quality, good size and absolutely recommendable.

Renate T.


Gladly again

Great for muesli, raw food cakes, energy balls, in yogurt....

Roland E.


The best alternative for nut and almond intolerance

Quality and workmanship recommendable. I also think the price is ok

Maren P.


einfach lecker

immer wieder lecker, fein gemahlen eine Wucht! Immer wieder gern genommen für Frühstück oder zwischendurch - ein bißchen Hafer oder Mandelmilch drauf und Obst dazu - basischer geht´s nimmer!!

Manuela H.


Super products and service.

The presentation, description and quality of the products are great. Delivery very fast, everything securely packaged. Absolutely recommendable store.

Sörin G.


It is top.

Dias tigernut flour is beautifully sweet and aromatic.

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