Glossary K

The food glossary +++ 'Kissaten', 'Kip-Kap', 'Kamias'

Kelupis refers to a sticky rice steamed in a leaf. It is one of the specialties of Brunei. Brunei is one of the countries in Asia located on the northern coast of Borneo, the world's third-largest island. Food from Brunei is similar to Malay cuisine which is usually quite spicy. Among the favorite foods in the country include Satay, broiled fish, chicken barbecue and a variety of rice dishes.

- Kubez (Bread) : Kubez is one of the staple food of the Arabs that refers to a flat, unleavened bread that accompanies almost every dish.

Kervelsoip refers to a Belgian light buttery soup which is flavored with fresh chervil

Karnemelk is the Dutch word which literally means "churned milk" or "buttermilk" which has a thin substance and taste sour. Anyone who will try drinking Karnemelk the first time will be surpirse by its taste compared to a normal milk, but it is said to be a very healthy drink.

Készételek is the Hungarian word for "ready-made dishes" , usually foods in cans, frozen ready to cook dishes.

Köretek is the Hungarian word for "garnishes".