Turn off the heat, bring the vegetables to one side, leaving the liquid to the front. Add the katakuriko slurry, and mix well.
Stir fry the sliced belly pork and about 1/2 teaspoon of grated ginger in tube.
Oil is not necessary for frying, as there will be oil from frying the pork.
Take out and put the meat aside in a dish.
Add sesame oil in a frying pan, stir fry all the vegetables together with the ginger (1 teaspoon) and garlic powder.
Continue to stir fry until the vegetables soften, return the meat and add the required water, and bring it to boil.
Add Weipa Chinese chicken stock granules and pepper.
Turn off the heat, bring the vegetables to one side, leaving the liquid to the front. Add the dissolved katakuriko, and mix well.
When everything is combined well, turn back the heat and cook until thickens.
Place the cooked plain rice in a dish, put the stir-fried vegetables on top, and serve.
Story Behind this Recipe
It's an easy way to eat a lot of vegetables. Definitely a handy dish when the vegetables need using up!
In case Wei-pa Chinese chicken stock granules are not obtainable, you can replace with chicken stock granules. Korean soup stock is also a good substitute. When using the dissolved katakuriko, turn off the heat and mix with the liquid first before reheating to avoid getting the lumps.