Condiments and Liquids

A condiment is sauce, or seasoning added to food to impart a particular flavor or to complement the dish. Often pungent in flavor and therefore added in fairly small quantities, popular condiments include salt, pepper, ketchup, mustard, olive oil, vinegar and sugar. Usually applied by the diner, lunch or breakfast table, condiments generally have the consistency of a thick liquid or paste and are served from a bottle, jar, or bowl. They may also be dry, such as a mixture of herbs and seasonings.

Some condiments are used during cooking to add flavor or texture to the food; for example, barbecue sauce, teriyaki sauce, and soy sauce all have flavors that can enhance the tastes of a variety of different meats and vegetables.
There are some overlaps between condiments and seasonings.

Condiments and Liquids
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Grape Vinegar (خلَ عنب)
Grape Vinegar
Apple Vinegar (خلّ تفاح)
Apple Vinegar
Sour Grapes Syrup (شراب الحصرم)
Sour Grapes Syrup
  Hosrom (Sour Grapes), Salt.
حصرم، ملح
Blossom Water (ماء الزهر)
Blossom Wate
  Citrus Flower.
زهر الليمون
Rose Water (ماء الورد)
Rose Water
Chili Paste (ربّ الحرّ)
Chili Paste
  Cayenne, Salt.
حر، ملح
Tomato Paste (ربّ البندورة)
Tomato Paste
  Tomato, Salt.
بندورة، ملح