Ketjap refers to Indonesian soy sauce. There are 2 kinds of ketjap, sweet (ketjap manis) or salty (ketjap asin). The salty kind of ketjap is not all that different from the Chinese style or Japanese style soy sauce, so they are good substitutes for a recipe that calls for Indonesian ketjap

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