The title of this heavy dish is a mouthful, as you will be when you marvel yourself in this dish. From Fine Cooking's Annual cookbook (by way of Martha Holmberg), this tasty dish hits many palettes, from citrusy orange to the green chiles, and even to the cilantro. Every ingredient jumps out well as they tend to blend into a great pork stew. The flavor profile leans toward a South American dish, but I'm not quite sure where it lands in the terms of culture, but it's great enough to make again.
I served this over some white jasmine rice, and the recipe also recommended polenta, potatoes, or even cornbread. I made some Sweet Corn Spoonbread with it, but just the white rice would have been enough. The spoonbread gave some sweetness to the dish, but not necessary. There's a lot of waiting time for this dish, however, so you can definitely whip up potatoes or the spoonbread in the mean time. Serves six or seven.