Indonesian soy sauce
In Indonesia, soy sauce is known as kecap (also ketjap or kicap), which is a catch-all term for fermented sauces, and cognate to the English word "ketchup". Five main varieties of Indonesian kecap exist:
Salty soy sauce, which is very similar to Chinese light soy sauce, but usually somewhat thicker and has a stronger flavour; it can be replaced by light Chinese soy sauce in recipes.
Kecap manis is a flavoured sweet soy sauce, which has a thick, almost syrupy consistency and a pronounced sweet, treacle-like flavour due to generous addition of palm sugar. In cooking, it may be replaced by molasses with a little vegetable stock stirred in. Recipe here
Kecap manis sedang
Medium sweet soy sauce, which has a less thick consistency and a more saline taste than Manis.
("English fermented sauce"), or saus inggris ("English sauce") is the Indonesian name for Worcestershire sauce.
is Indonesian fish sauce.