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|Place of origin||Thailand|
|Main ingredients||Wheat flour
Krop khem (Thai: กรอบเค็ม, pronounced [krɔ̀ːp kʰēm], meaning "salty chip") is a Thai snack and it is like khrongkhraeng but softer. The shape of krop khem is like a thin square sheet; however, it can be changed depending on the maker. But khrongkhraeng has to be stretched and put in a mold to make its shape or a banana steam can be used. It is made of wheat flour, eggs, water, vegetable oil, sugar, pepper, salt, coriander roots and garlic.
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