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Indonesian Scavenger Hunt

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Dylan Wood

on 29 October 2012

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Indonesian Scavenger Hunt Questions 1. How many islands does Indonesia have? 2. What are the 6 main islands? 3. What countries surround Indonesia? 4.What is the capital of Indonesia? 5. Who is the current President of Indonesia? 6. What is the coat of arms of Indonesia? 7. What does "Bhinneka Tunggal Ika" mean? 8. What is an item that is found in your local
supermarket that comes from Indonesia? 9. Describe the climate in Indonesia 10. What is an Religious occasion/ceremony that takes place in Indonesia? 11. What is the exchange rate for $1 AUD? 12. What does Rp stand for? 13. What are the colours of the Indonesian flag? 14. What is Wayang Kuilt? 15. What is Indonesia's national airline? 16. How long does it take to get to Jakarta from Melbourne? 17. What is the Indonesian name for Fried rice? 18. What are two types of Indonesian transport that are not found in Australia? 19. What happened on 26th of December 2004 in Indonesia? 20. What does the 17th of August, 1945 mean to
Indonesians'? 21. What is one native animal that is endangered or extinct and where is/was it found in Indonesia? 22. What is one active volcano in Indonesia? Describe the Komodo dragon. Answers 1. Indonesia has 18,306 islands 2. The six main islands are Java, Sumatera, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Papua and Flores. 3. The countries that surround Indonesia are Papua New Guniea, Brunei, Malaysia, the Phillipines and Australia. 4. The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta. 5. The current President of Indonesia is Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. 6. The coat of arms of Indonesia is called Garuda Pancasila. 7. "Bhinneka Tunggal Ika" means "Unity in Diversity." 9. The climate in Indonesia is almost tropical every year, with temperatures in the 20's. 10. A religious occasion/ceremony that takes place in Indonesia is lebaran (Ramadan). This is when people fast for 40 days, but are allowed to eat when it is dark. 11. The exchange rate for $1 AUD is $1 AUD =9742.50 Indonesian rupiahs. 12. Rp stands for Rupiah. 13. The colours of the Indonesian flag are Red on the top and white on the bottom. 14. Wayang Kulit is a Indonesian shadow puppet that is used for a theater performance. 15. Indonesians national airline is Garuda airlines. 16. It takes about 6-8 hours to get to Jakarta from Melbourne. 17. The Indonesian name for Fried rice is nasi goreng. 18. Two types of transport that are not found in Australia are the Becak and the Bemo. 19. What happened on the 26th of December 2004 is an earthquake happened of the west coast of Sumatera and caused series of tsunamis along the bordering countries killing over 230,000 people from 14 countries. 20. What the 17th of August means to Indonesia is it is the date of the Proclamation of Indonesian Independence. The proclamation was read out at 10.00 am by Sukamo (no last name) who was appointed President the next day. 21. One native animal Indonesian animal that is endangered is the orang utan. It is found in Borneo and Sumatra. There are only 16,000-21,000 orang utans left in Indonesia . 22. One active volcano in Indonesia is Mount Tambora. The Komodo dragon is a large species of lizard found in the islands of Komodo, Rinca, Flores, Gili Motang and Padar. According to scientists, fossils were found in Australia that were similar to the Komodo dragon. These fossils date back more than 3.8 million years. The Komodo dragon can grow up to 3 metres and weigh up to 70kg. They also have sharp claws which they use for climbing trees and weapons. 8. Two items that are found in a local supermatket, that is made in Indonesia, is Sugus and ABC brand Kecap Manis (sweet soy sauce). Only one national dish could make 230 million people of many ethnicities spread across 17,000 islands happy: nasi goreng! Nasi goreng - literally "fried rice" - is Indonesia's twist on fried rice. Much different than the Chinese-style fried rice found throughout the rest of the world, orange-colored nasi goreng contains a light blend of chili and other spices. Nasi Goreng Recipe

Begin by combining the following in a blender or food processor to create a paste:
•1 medium-sized chopped onion
•1 clove of crushed garlic
•1 - 2 teaspoons of shrimp paste (optional)
•1 red chili pepper (remove the seeds) or you may substitute chili powder
•1 teaspoon of coriander seed
•1/2 teaspoon of sugar

Have all ingredients ready to go; nasi goreng cooks quickly once started and must be mixed continuously!
1.Warm one tablespoon of oil on low heat in a wok.
2.Cook the paste first until it becomes thick and brown.
3.Add an additional tablespoon of oil along with the rice; fry on high heat while mixing rapidly for an even consistency.
4.Add one tablespoon of soy sauce.
5.Add scallions (optional).
6.Spoon in water if the mixture begins to get too dry.
7.Remove the rice from the wok, add another spoon of oil, and carefully fry an egg to be draped on top of the nasi goreng.
8.Garnish with cucumber slices, tomato, pickled vegetables, or cilantro.
9.Serve and enjoy.

Selamat Makan!
A full meal by itself, this Indonesian fried rice is tasty and satisfying. It is easy and quick to prepare and a great way to use up leftover rice. A simple but delicious meal for those times when you are eating alone or with a couple of close friends.

This recipe serves 2.

•4 cups cooked rice
•1 thinly sliced medium onion
•1 clove garlic, crushed
•2 medium eggs
•1 tsp shrimp paste or belachan
•1 tsp chili powder
•1 Tbsp light soy sauce
•3 Tbsps oil
•Salt to taste
•Cucumber, tomato and cilantro for garnishing
•Prawn crackers (optional)


1.Cooked rice – Day old rice is ideal for fried rice as it is drier, which prevents it from sticking to the bottom of the saucepan or the wok. The rice cannot be cooked with too much water which makes it too gooey. It needs to be cooked al-dente, with a small degree of plus and minus in the texture for personal preferences.
2.Chili paste – Use only pure chili powder. Add 1 tsp of water and mix together. Let it stand for about half an hour. li]Heat up 1 Tbsp of oil on low heat in a wok. Add the shrimp paste, and cook until it is brown and fragrant.
3.Add another Tbsp of oil and add the garlic and onions. Fry until golden brown, and the fragrance of the garlic and onions are released.
4.Add the chili paste followed by the rice. Fry on high heat.
5.Fry until all the ingredients are evenly distributed. Stir constantly so that none of the ingredients stick to the wok.
6.Add the soy sauce and stir until the soy sauce is evenly distributed.
7.Add 2 Tbsp of water if you feel the rice is too grainy and hard. The rice should be nice and fluffy.
8.Separately, using a tablespoon of oil in a frying pan, fry the eggs sunny side up.
9.Serve the rice with a few slices of cucumbers and tomatoes. Garnish with some cilantro, and an egg for each serving. BALADEWA
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