Taucu, also known as tauco, taotjo, or tauchu, is a bean paste condiment made from preserved fermented yellow soybeans. It is made made by mixing ground cooked yellow soybeans with flour which is fermented to make a soy bean paste. This soy paste is then soaked in salt water and sun-dried for several weeks until the paste has turned a dark brown. Taucu has a distinctive aroma that is essential for Chinese Malaysian, Singaporean, and Indonesian cuisines. It is used as a condiment and flavoring for stir-frys, soups, and sauces.
Ingredients: Soya bean, wheat flour, sugar and salt.