Glossary K

The food glossary +++ 'Kai kow', 'Khao na pet', 'Kubdari'

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.

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".

Kaupfelagi refer to the name for Icelandic cooperative supermarkets which are offering reasonable food prices. A good place for tourists to buy food.