I prefer not to treat cooking as a responsibility although i have been cooking everyday for months, it was always the first thing I do after work, unless I need to work late. The menu for the week ahead was pretty much fix during weekend and even if I was running out the ingredient, I can always try to cook something simple like fried rice or fried mee or mee hun. But still it is not a responsibility( more like i am hypnotizing myself), so to avoid myself from getting weary on cooking, sometimes I would try on new dishes, dishes that my mum never taught before.
Delightfully, this turn out to be tasty according to my only ever faithful customer.^^
Sharing the recipe here:
Ingredients to marinate( note: I never good in gauging the portion of ingredients so everything was base on my instinct.)
-1/4 tablespoon salt, one spoon of oyster sauce, 1/4 tablespoon of soy sauce(trust me, you dont want your meat to look dark), one cube of 南乳，1/4 spoon of chicken stock, a little bit of pepper, 2-3 spoon of 昭兴酒, 1 tablespoon of sugar, 3 cloves of minced garlic.
1. marinate the pork with the above ingredients for as long as you could. I was lazy, so i only do it for half an hour.
2. stir fried the marinated pork until it turned dark-brownish then add some water.
3. simmer the pork in low fire for half and hour.