Organic red lentils 2kg


€3.38 per 1 kg

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  • Organic red lentils
  • Colourful eye catcher in any recipe
  • High protein content (25 g/100 g)
  • Rich in fibre (11 g/100 g)
  • For a quick lentil soup or fancy curries

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Buy now: Organic red lentils 2kg

There is nothing better than a warm meal on a cold rainy day. And a great option is a spicy curry, full of vegetables and with a lot of sauce. So that you don't have to spend hours in the kitchen working on your favourite dish, we have a real game changer in our range: our organic red lentils. They give your dishes a sweet, nutty note and are real nutritional pros: these lentils contain 30 % protein, are rich in fibre and low in fat. In addition, the lentils can be prepared very quickly and are the perfect companion for vegetables, rice, pasta or salad. You've probably already discovered that we're lentil fans if you've browsed our range: from lentil pasta to lentil crisps, we know a thing or two when it comes to the red legumes. Order your red lentils from organic farming now!

Cooking red lentils: easy, fast and extremely tasty

Red lentils are the sprinters among lentils, since no other lentil variety is ready as fast. You don't have to soak them before cooking. Simply rinse them thoroughly and add them to a pot with twice the amount of water. Let cook for 15 to 20 minutes, the cooking time will depend on how mushy you enjoy your lentils. After you've found your preferred consistency, add a touch of salt and the spices of your liking – and your quick lentils are ready!

Lentil soups, stews and salads

You can use the lentils as a main dish - or you can use them as an ingredient in your recipe. We have plenty of inspiration for this: starting with the classic lentil soup, we also have mango and lentil dhal or lentil and quinoa salad in our Food Journal. The red legumes are also a great ingredient to make fritterspancakes or even sweet porridge! Feel free to click through the many delicious recipes from the KoRo community under the 'Blog posts' tab and discover the next recipe that will not only inspire you, but your whole family.

Buy KoRo's organic red lentils

We would like to conclude by drawing a comparison with Usain Bolt. Why? The organic red lentils are world champions when it comes to their speed in cooking and have real star qualities as a main dish as well as a side dish. In terms of taste, too, they land on the podium every time. Their sweet and mild taste will not only win you over, but also your friends and family. To make sure there's enough for everyone, you get 2 kg of the red and yellow all-rounder. This is also easy on the wallet and the environment, because there is less packaging waste. With our organic lentils, even the cold and rainy days become a highlight. Fancy a lot of cooking fun? On your mark, get set, buy!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 1471 /  348
Fat 1.5 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 0.2 g
Carbohydrates 52 g
thereof sugar 1.7 g
Dietary fiber 12 g
Protein 26 g
Salt 0 g
Product number: HUELSEN_014
Best before date 31.01.2026
Origin Turkey
Organic Origin Non-EU Agriculture
Content 2 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260335834763
Data sheet Specification
Organic control body & Organic origin
EU Bio
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store at room temperature away from light
Ingredients Red lentils* *from organic farming
Cross contamination May contain GLUTEN
Trade Name Organic red lentils
Label note Ingredients, nutritional values, and packaging may change. For exact information, please check the product description.
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Questions & answers: Organic red lentils 2kg
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The country of origin of our red lentils is Turkey. In a field, the plant would probably not even catch your eye, because it is neither red, nor particularly conspicuous. The pure cultivation of lentils is quite risky, because the plants are not very stable and easily break down, especially during heavy rainfall during flowering and ripening. That is why they are usually grown in mixtures with cereals such as barley or oats.
Red lentils are often used in recipes for baby porridge, usually from 8-9 months. However, please check with the nutritionist or your pediatrician before consumption.
Hold on tight, the nutritional values for the lentils are really impressive: 100 g of uncooked lentils contain 26 g of protein and thus have a high protein content. In addition, they have a whole 12 g of fiber and are with 1.5 g fat even low.
You don't need to soak red lentils before cooking. Just wash them briefly and then it's time to prepare. Put them in a pot with twice the amount of water and cook for 15-20 minutes. The cooking time can vary, depending on how "mushy" you like them :) Finally, add a pinch of salt and spices to taste - and the quick dish is ready!
Red lentils are not an optimal food for your dog, because they affect the digestion and can cause flatulence. If you have any questions about it, we recommend that you seek advise from your veterinarian.
There are many different types of lentils. In addition to red lentils, you can find yellow lentils, brown plate lentils and brown lentils.
If you rarely eat legumes or whole foods, you may sometimes notice the consumption of red lentils in your digestion. Normally, however, the body gets used to the food. However, if you have an intolerance, we advise you not to eat lentils.
A balanced and varied diet is ultimately decisive for healthy or unhealthy. Our red lentils score with their nutritional values and the protein content of 26% per 100 grams. In addition, they come in organic quality to your home and are also delicious in curries, soups or lentil dhal.
100 grams of red lentils have 348 calories when uncooked.

Climate impact

At KoRo, we analyse the greenhouse gas emissions that are produced during the production of our snacks. These include, among other things, CO2, methane and nitrous oxide. Our hard-working sustainability team collects all the information to calculate a value: the so-called CO2 equivalents. We are now passing this information on to you so that you can make informed purchasing decisions and keep an eye on your personal carbon footprint. We also use these valuable findings ourselves, to try to make our supply chains even smarter in the future and monitor our CO2 footprint.

CO₂ emissions by product

To make the work of our sustainability team easier, we have teamed up with the company Cozero. They support us with their decarbonisation software to calculate the CO2 emissions of our products. Our products go through a lot before they make their way into your pantry or snack bowl, so there is a lot to take into consideration: production, packaging, and logistics – to name just the big steps.

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👤 Pia Bothe

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Varieties & origins


Red lentils

Our red lentils come from Turkey, and are, most of the times, peeled brown mountain lentils. With a width of 3 to 4 mm, they have a warm colour that can go from pink to orange and bright red. Their taste is sweet and delicate.

Around 6.3 million tons of lentils were harvested worldwide in 2018. Canada is the first producer with around 3.3 million tons, and India is the second, harvesting approximately 1.1 million tons in 2018. Edible lentils are grown almost everywhere in the world. Particularly popular varieties are red lentils, mountain lentils, beluga lentils and puy lentils.

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Great size!

Love the 2kg package. Lentils is a must-have in my vegetarian home and now I don’t need to worry if I ran out of it;)

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Since the goods have not arrived(order was

Since the goods have not arrived(order was 13 days ago)my opinion is not so good

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Hello Irina, we are very sorry that you have not received your order yet :/ Please contact our customer support with your request, then we can help you. Kind regards, Your KoRo Team


Irene P.



very good, versatile, great value for money, now then with the paper packaging they are perfect

Lena D.


Very good quality

Very good price-performance ratio Only buy Koro red lentils now

Lisa O.


Very good.

Great quality and also great taste.



Unbeatable price

Great price for the all-rounder in the kitchen

Catherine G.


fan of this product

In dahl, mashed, in soup or simply in a salad with fish, exceptional coral lentils, I just love this product!



Super price-performance ratio

Nothing to complain about. Best price-performance ratio in the online sector



Should not be missing in any kitchen.

A must-have for us! We love curries of all kinds and KoRo lentils are perfect for them.

Sandra Marianne V.


Practices and good

Small and tasty, they cook very fast.(15-20 minutes )Fantastic value for money!

Nicole G.


Great for the pantry.

Great as a bulk pack, as I always need red lentils.



I will buy again!

Very healthy and quick to cook, we use the lentils for sweet and savory dishes!

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