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Rabu, 09 April 2014

How to Make Indonesian Fried Rice

How to Make Indonesian Fried Rice

Ingredients :
·         1 ½  cups long-grain white rice
·         ¾  cup water
·         1 ¾  cups reduced-sodium chicken broth
·         1 qt. plus 3 tbsp. vegetable oil
·         8 krupuk (Indonesian shrimp crackers; optional)
·         2 cups thinly sliced shallots
·         2 large chopped garlic cloves
·         1 lb. sliced skinless boneless chicken breast
·         1 lb. medium shrimp
·         2 minced hot red chiles
·         1 ¼  tsp. salt
·         2 tbsp. ketjap manis (Indonesian sweet soy sauce)
·         1 tbsp. Asian fish sauce
·         4 sliced scallions

Procedure :
1.       Rinse and drain 1 ½ cups of long-grain white rice.
2.       Bring the rice, ¾ cups of water, and 1 ½ cups of chicken broth to a full rolling boil in a 4-quart heavy saucepan.
3.       Cover the pan and reduce the heat to low. Cook the ingredients until the liquid is absorbed and the rice is tender. This should take about 15 minutes. Then, remove the pan from heat and let it stand covered for 5 minutes, giving the rice time to absorb the flavors.
4.       Transfer the rice mixture to a shallow bowl. Allow it to cool to room temperature – this should take about 30 minutes. Chill the rice mixture for 8 to 12 hours.
5.       Heat 1 quart of oil a 4-quart pot over high heat. Heat it until a thermometer registers 375°F (190°C).
6.       Cook the krupuk (optional). Gently drop 2 krupuk in the oil. Fry the krupuk until they float to the surface and curl up and expand, which should take about 20 seconds. Then, turn the krupuk over and fry them until they’re pale golden – about ten more seconds. Then, transfer them to a paper towel with a slotted spoon until they drain. Fry the remaining krupuk in 3 batches in the same way. When the krupuk is cooked, cool it and break it into pieces.
7.       Break up the rice into individual grains. Do this with your fingers. This will help the rice absorb the other ingredients.
8.       Heat the remaining 3 tbsp. of oil in a wok over high heat. Heat it until it's hot but not smoking. Then, add 2 cups of thinly sliced shallots and fry them in the heat for 1 minute. Add 2 large chopped garlic cloves to the mixture and stir-fry them for an additional 30 seconds.
9.       Add the chicken to the stir-fry mix. Add 1 lb. of sliced skinless boneless chicken breast to the mixture until the chicken is no longer pink, which should take about 2 minutes.
10.   Add the shrimp, chiles, and salt to the mixture. Add 1 lb. of peeled and deveined medium shrimp, 2 minced hot red chiles, and 1 1/4 tsp. of salt to the mixture and cook them for 2-3 minutes, until the shrimp are cooked through.
11.   Add the remaining broth and ketjab manis to the rice. Add 1/4 cups of chicken broth and the ketjab manis (Indonesian sweet soy sauce) to the mixture and stir-fry it until the rice is heated, which should take another 2 minutes.
12.   Remove the mixture from the heat. Stir in 1 tbsp. of Asian fish sauce and 4 sliced scallions until the mixture is combined well.
13.   Serve. Serve the Indonesian fried rice on a platter with krupuk, cucumber slices, and hard-boiled eggs.

Source :

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Fried-Rice

How to Make Crispy Pork Fried Rice

How to Make Crispy Pork Fried Rice

Ingredients :
·         1 ½ tablespoons peanut oil
·         2 lightly beaten eggs
·         ½  cup chopped onion
·         3 cloves minced garlic
·         2 tsp. minced ginger
·         2 diced cooked pork chops
·         1 cup cooked brown rice
·         ¼ cup reduced-sodium soy sauce
·         2 tsp. sesame oil
·         Salt to taste
·         Pepper to taste
·         ¼ cup chopped cilantro leaves

Procedure :
1.       Heat 1/2 tbsp. of peanut oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat.
2.       Cook the eggs. Add 2 lightly beaten eggs to the pan. Tilt the pan to coat the surface with the eggs. Cook the eggs in an even layer until they're cooked all the way through. Halfway through the cooking, after about 2 minutes, flip the eggs. Then, remove the eggs, dice them into small pieces, and set them aside.
3.       Add onion, garlic, and ginger to the pan. Heat 1/2 cup of chopped onion, 3 cloves of minced garlic, and 2 tsp. of minced ginger to the pan. Cook these ingredients together for 2 minutes in the remaining peanut oil.
4.       Add 2 diced pork chops to the rice. The pork chops should already be cooked. Cook the diced pork for an additional 3 minutes, or until they're golden brown.
5.       Add the rice, soy sauce, and sesame oil to the skillet. Add 1 cup of cooked brown rice, 1/4 cup of reduced-sodium soy sauce, and 2 tsp. of sesame oil to the pan and cook them for 2 more minutes. Season the fried rice to taste with salt and black pepper. Then, remove the fried rice from heat.
6.       Stir in 1/4 cup of chopped cilantro leaves. Mix the cilantro well with the remaining ingredients.
7.       Serve. Place this fried rice on a serving plate and top it with chopped eggs.


Source :

How to Make Simple Fried Rice

How to make Simple Fried Rice

Ingredients :
·         4 cups cooked white rice
·         1 carrots
·         1 medium yellow onion
·         1 clove garlic
·         1 tsp. fresh ginger
·         1 cup bean sprouts
·         3 eggs
·         1 inch black pepper
·         1 tsp. salt
·         3 tbsp. soy sauce
·         2 tbsp. vegetable oil
·         2 tbsp. sesame oil
·         Green Onion for Garnish
·         ½ lb. Cooked Chicken

Procedure :
1.       Cook 4 cups of white rice. Just place the rice in boiling water and cook it for the amount of time listed on the instructions. Some types of white rice can take just 10 or so minutes to boil, while others can take 30 minutes or more. You can also microwave instant rice in the microwave, but it may not be as tasty.
2.       Prepare the vegetables. First, wash 2 cups of carrots, 1 medium onion, 1 clove of garlic, one ginger root, and 1 cup of bean sprouts. Then, dice the carrots and onions, and mince just 1 tsp. of fresh ginger. Set these ingredients aside.
3.       Pour 2 tbsp. of vegetable oil into a large pan. The pan should be very deep, almost like a wok. Place it over medium heat.
4.       Cook the vegetables in the pan for 3 minutes. Place the carrots, onion, garlic, bean sprouts, and ginger into the pan. Throw in 1 tsp. of salt and a pinch of black pepper. The vegetables should sweat a bit, but they shouldn't turn brown.
5.       Throw 1/2 lb. of cooked chicken into the pan. You can use chicken that you've cooked for another meal the day before, or buy or make cooked chicken especially for the fried rice. Just dice the chicken into thin strips and place it in the pan.
6.       Put up to 2 tbsp. of sesame oil into the frying pan. You can gradually add the oil when it becomes necessary -- you don't have to throw it in at once.
7.       Add three eggs to the pan. Crack the eggs into a bowl and whisk them together. Then, pour the eggs into the pan.
8.       Toss the cooked rice into the pan. Fry the rice and the other ingredients together for 2-3 minutes, just enough time to heat up the rice and mix the ingredients. Keep stirring as you fry the rice. Add 3 tbsp. of soy sauce to the mixture and fry the ingredients together for another 30 seconds. Then, remove the pan from the heat.
9.       Serve. Place the rice in a dish and garnish it with a few sprigs of green onion. Enjoy this dish as a main course.

Source :

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Fried-Rice

Jumat, 04 April 2014

Tenses Forms & Irregular Verbs

UNIVERSITAS GUNADARMA
FAKULTAS EKONOMI
S-1 AKUNTANSI



Nama                         : Mahendra Bakti Tri Putra
NPM                          : 24211249
Kelas                          : 3EB02

Mata Kuliah              : Bahasa Inggris Bisnis 2 #
Dosen                        : Nevy Forika


Tenses Forms & Irregular Verbs



Tense Forms
a. Past Tense
b. Future Tense
c. Perfect Present Tense

1.      I spend my money.
a.      I spent my money.
b.      I will spend my money.
c.       I have spent my money.

2.      They use that one.
a.      They used that one.
b.      They will use that one.
c.       They have used that one.

3.      We study English together.
a.      We studied English together.
b.      We will study English together.
c.       We have studied English together.

4.      They discuss their work.
a.      They discussed their work.
b.      They will discuss their work.
c.       They have discussed their work.

5.      They have enough time.
a.      They had enough time.
b.      They will have enough time.
c.       They have had enough time.

6.      I do all of the lessons.
a.      I did all of the lessons.
b.      I will do all of the lessons.
c.       I have done all of the lessons.

7.      He sits in that row.
a.      He sat in that row.
b.      He will sit in that row.
c.       He has sat in that row.

8.       I drive my car.
a.       I drove my car.
b.      I will drive my car.
c.       I have driven my car.

9.       She hides her money.
a.       She hid her money.
b.      She will hide her money.
c.       She has hidden her money.

10.   We go to school.
a.       We went to school.
b.      We will go to school.
c.       We have gone to school.

11.   He takes much time.
a.       He took much time.
b.      He will take much time.
c.       He has taken much time.



12.   Does he eat there ?
a.       Did he eat there?
b.      Will he eat there?
c.       Has he eaten there?

13.   Do you enjoy that work ?
a.       Did you enjoy that work ?
b.      Will you enjoy that work ?
c.       Have you enjoyed that work ?

14.   Does he write many letters ?
a.       Did he write many letters ?
b.      Will he write many letters ?
c.       Has he written many letters ?

15.   Do you send many letters ?
a.       Did you send many letters ?
b.      Will you send many letters ?
c.       Have you sent many letters ?

16.   Do they explain everything ?
a.       Did they explain everything ?
b.      Will they explain everything ?
c.       Have they explained everything ?

17.   Does she attend that class ?
a.       Did she attend that class ?
b.      Will she attend that class ?
c.       Has she attended that class ?

18.   Do you have enough time ?
a.       Did you have enough time ?
b.      Will you have enough time ?
c.       Have you had enough time ?
19.   Do they copy the sentences ?
a.       Did they copy the sentences ?
b.      Will they copy the sentences ?
c.       Have they copied the sentences ?

20.   Does she have much trouble ?
a.       Did she have much trouble ?
b.      Will she have much trouble ?
c.       Has she had much trouble ?

21.   Does she do good work ?
a.       Did she do good work ?
b.      Will she do good work ?
c.       Has she done good work ?

22.   Do the students practice ?
a.       Did the students practice ?
b.      Will the students practice ?
c.       Have the students practiced ?

23.   I don’t stay there.
a.       I didn’t stay there.
b.      I won’t stay there.
c.       I haven’t stayed there.

24.   He doesn’t work hard.
a.       He didn’t work hard.
b.      He won’t work hard.
c.       He hasn’t worked hard.

25.   I don’t have any energy.
a.       I didn’t have any energy.
b.      I won’t have any energy.
c.       I haven’t had any energy.
26.   He doesn’t pay his bills.
a.       He didn’t pay his bills.
b.      He won’t pay his bills.
c.       He hasn’t paid his bills.

27.   We don’t see that fellow.
a.       We didn’t see that fellow.
b.      We won’t see that fellow.
c.       We haven’t seen that fellow.

28.   She doesn’t use this one.
a.       She didn’t use this one.
b.      She won’t use  this one.
c.       She hasn’t used this one.

29.   They don’t remember it.
a.       They didn’t remember it.
b.      They won’t remember it.
c.       They haven’t remembered it.

30.   I don’t do much work here.
a.       I didn’t do much work here.
b.      I won’t do much work here.
c.       I haven’t done much work here.

31.   He doesn’t listen carefully.
a.       He didn’t listen carefully.
b.      He won’t listen carefully.
c.       He haven’t listened carefully.


I.                   USING IRREGULAR VERBS
1.      Mr. Harris taught English at this school for five years
Mr. Harris has taught English at this school for five years
2.      I write three or four letters to that company
have written three or four letters to that company
3.      The students in this class do those two lessons already
The students in this class have done those two lessons already
4.      I know Professor Moore for more than twelve years
have known Professor Moore for more than twelve years
5.      Richard take three courses in English at this school
Richard has taken three courses in English at this school
6.      These steps are dangerous. I fall on them several times
These steps are dangerous I have fallen on them several times
7.      Mr. Kramer be in the United States for three years
Mr. Kramer has been in the United States for three years
8.      The janitor shut, already the back door
The janitor has already shut the back door
9.      The students read all of the stories in that book
The students have read all of the stories in that book
10.  Marjorie choose a pretty dress for the party
Marjorie has chosen a pretty dress for the party
11.  I speak to my boss about the problem several times
have spoken to my boss about the problem several times
12.  That tree grow at least five feet since last year
That tree has grown at least five feet since last year
13.  Miss King spend over eighteen hundred dollars since May
Miss King has spent over eighteen hundred dollars since May
14.  Mr. and Mrs. Smith buy a new house in North Plains
Mr. and Mrs. Smith have bought a new house in North Plains
15.  The real estate agent sell the Smith’s old house
The real estate agent has sold the Smith’s old house
16.  Charles have a bad cold for a whole week
Charles has had a bad cold for a whole week
17.  I’m sorry. I forget the name of that book
I’m sorry. I have forgotten the name of that book
18.  We hear, already that new song several times
We have already heard that new song several times
19.  Mr. Wilson isn’t here. He go out of town for the weekend
Mr. Wilson isn’t here. He has gone out of town for the weekend
20.  Mr. Kennedy wear his blue suit to the office only twice
Mr. Kennedy has worn his blue suit to the office only twice
21.  I sit in this same seat since the first day of classes
have sat in this same seat since the first day of classes
22.  The money isn’t in this drawer. Someone steal it!
The money isn’t in this drawer. Someone has stolen it!
23.  Up to now, I understand every lesson in the book
Up to now, I have understood every lesson in the book
24.  We have absolutely no trouble with our car so far
We have had absolutely no trouble with our car so far
25.  No one find that girl’s purse and gloves yet
No one has found that girl’s purse and gloves yet
26.  The weather be very warm ever since last Thursday
The weather has been very warm ever since last Thursday
27.  Mr. Anderson and Mr. Brown have lunch already
Mr. Anderson and Mr. Brown have had lunch already
28.  I see the Empire State Building hundreds of times
have seen the Empire State Building hundreds of times
29.  We speak, already to the director and (give) him the message
We have already spoken to the director and have given him the message
30.  Grandmother fly, never in an airplane before
Grandmother has never flown in an airplane before
31.  You tear your shirt! There’s a hole in the left sleeve
You have torn your shirt! There’s a hole in the left sleeve
32.  I read, already the customer’s letter and (write) a reply to him
have already read the customer’s letter and have written a reply to him