Kecap

  • may be salty, or sweet
  • usually both are served at Balinese restaurants
  • the sweet variety is considerably more viscous than the sour type
  • should not be confused with the western term "catsup", or "ketchup", or "kecup", a tomato sauce that is in no way similar to Indonesian kecap
  • soy sauce
Media
kecap
Kasar
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Halus
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Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Kuahe bes lalah, isinin kecap malu bedik.
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