A simple, homey yet delicious dish for lunch during MCO [Stay Home, Stay Safe].  I believe any novice cook can give this dish a try instead of 'tapau'.
The marinated pork cubes are tasty and blends well with the soft potato cubes.  The original recipe uses only potatoes and pork but I have added big onions, red and green chillies for some 'oomph'.  You can omit these ingredients if cooking for children at home.
Ingredients[serves 2-3]150 gm shoulder neck meat - cut cubes1 large potato - peeled and cubed [soak in water until required]1 onion - peeled and cubed [optional]1/2 red chilli - seeded and cut 1/2 green chilli - seeded and cutsome chopped coriander leavessome sliced  garlic and gingerMarinade for Porksome grated gingersome salt, pepper and sugar for taste1 tsp cornstarch1/2 tsp oil
Marinate pork pieces with marinade for at least 30 minutes.Prepare the other ingredients.  Set aside.Heat wok, add some oil [not much].  Saute ginger and garlic until aromatic, add in pork pieces, continue to stir fry until meat turns white and firm.  Drain potatoes, add to wok.Continue to stir fry until 1-2 minutes.  Add in 1/2 cup water.  Bring to boil, cover with lid and simmer until potatoes are tender.  Add in seasoning [some salt and chicken stock granules to taste, dark soy sauce for colour].Add in onions, chillies if using.Stir fry until water is almost dry but moist.Add in chopped coriander leaves.  Dish up to serve.