Experience GuideGet the most out of your online small group experience with the following tips, recipes & gathering ideas!
How to Host
Hosting an online small group can be daunting, especially if this is your first time. Below are some helpful tips on how to effectively facilitate discussion in a small group:
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Zoom Tips: Sharing Content
As the host, you might need to share content from your computer. This is how to share your screen using Zoom platform
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Impress your family & guests with this popular Indonesian dish that is rich in flavor!
Indonesian Fried Rice
Fried rice is a very popular dish in Indonesia, served at breakfast, lunch and dinner time. Available as street food, on restaurant menus, or a quick homemade dish.
Indonesian Fried Rice Recipe (Nasi Goreng)
- Leftover rice (ideally a day or more old rice)
- Chilly paste (or grind 5-10 red chillies)
- Sweet soy
- Rendang paste (you can skip this if it's unavailable)
- Red chillies
- Chai blossoms
- Chop up the chillies, chai blossoms & grate the galangal, beat eggs.
- Heat oil in a wok, put spices in the wok and soften, lightly season. Put in eggs and whisk to scramble
- Add leftover rice and fry.
- Add chilly paste and rendang paste. Fry, then mix in with rice and toast. Add any leftover fish, beef or chicken.
- Add a tablespoon of sweet soy. Toss. Season. Serve.
Banana, Pumpkin & Sweet Potatoes Brew
It's fall in North America and we are flooded with pumpkin! How about making a sweet and hot banana pumpkin drink? This one is also an Indonesian classic.
Banana, pumpkin & sweet potatoes brew (Kolak)
- 2 litres of all-purpose coconut milk
- 1 large pumpkin, peeled and cut into 5 cm cubes
- 7 bananas, peeled & cut into 1 cm slices
- 4 long sweet potatoes, peeled & cut into 5cm pieces
- 1 drop of pandan essence or vanilla essence
- 300 gr palm sugar, you can adjust the sweetness level
- 1 teaspoon salt
- Bring the coconut milk to a boil in a large saucepan, then put in the pumpkin and the yams. Cover and bring back to a boil and simmer for about 20 minutes.
- Ladle about 2.5 cups of the coconut milk into a second saucepan, add the palm sugar and salt and stir over medium heat until the sugar is dissolved. Now add the sliced bananas and cook for 10 minutes. Add this to the pumpkin mixture, mix and serve.
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