I diced pork as shown in this picture
Then I put them into a pot and then put some cooking oil in OR very little water in. Then, I cook it slowly in low temperature in the covered pot for a long time.
The verb braise (to cook food slowly in fat and a small amount of liquid in a covered pot) might be the right one
The verb "stew" (to cook something slowly, or allow something to cook slowly, in liquid in a closed dish) might be the right one too.
But it seems that we use more liquid when we stew than "braise". So "braise" is the better one.
However, I have a problem here.
This website says
Braising involves cooking large pieces of meat or chicken partially covered in liquid, while stewing uses smaller pieces of meat totally immersed in liquid. The liquid will usually be a combination of stock and water.
The site suggest that we "braise large pieces of meat or chicken" and we "stew smaller pieces of meat".
But my pieces of meat are quite small as showed in the above picture.
My cooking meets the "low liquid" condition of "braise" but does not meet its "big pieces of meat" condition.
Also, My cooking meets the "small pieces of meat" condition of "stew" but does not meet its "more liquid" condition.
Is it correct to say "I braised the pork" or "I stewed the pork" in my case?