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Trancam is a typical dish of Central Java which is similar to urap, consisting of bean sprouts, long beans, lemon basil leaves and finely sliced napa cabbage. Everything is served fresh, stirred with grated coconut and seasoned with garlic, chili pepper and kencur.

According to via, trancam is one of urap variants. Most of the ingredients are still raw including vegetables and seasonings, except the coconut which is steamed.[1]

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  1. ^ "Ragam Urap di Indonesia, Mirip tetapi Beda". 2 August 2016. Retrieved 23 September 2017.