"Marinated Pork and Vegetables"
yep, my mind gave up on contemplating for a more unique name.
As an initial process, it is important to dice the pork prior to marinating to have an even distribution of meat while cooking, and also for the marinate to be absorbed quicker. I just marinated the diced pork with Hoisin Sauce, which is easily available in any supermarket, usually in the "Asian" section, and left it sitting for an hour.
While waiting for the marinate, I raided our fridge to have a look at any available vegetables that might be suitable for this dish. I ended up with 1 carrot, 3 asparagus sticks, a bunch of broccoli, a handful of green beans and onions and garlic to sauté. If you want, you are free to add any other vegetables that you think may be great with this recipe (eg cauliflower, celery etc.)
As per usual, I sautéed the minced garlic and onion in a medium non-stick pan until aromatic. You can also add about a tablespoon of fish sauce to create some flavour (although this was my personal choice since I love the smell it gives off when cooked together).
Once the onion and garlic are ready, the marinated pork can be added. It is important to mix the ingredients every 5 minutes in order to give an even distribution of heat, therefore, making the meat more tender and easier to cook.
You can check if the meat is ready by using a spoon or fork to pinch a small area and see if it is already soft and tender. If it is, the vegetables can be added together with 2 tablespoons of oyster sauce. For finishing, a pinch of salt, pepper and garlic salt was added (the dried chilli flakes are optional).
And here is the finished product. Enjoy :)