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Looking for a pork recipe I lost....

NaSMaX | Nov 14, 201609:49 AM     1

Ok, a while back when searching for a recipe for pork shoulder (or loin I can't really remember) i found one that was amazing. it included (and again this is from memory) Paprika, chili powder, and garlic something... , either the recipe had me cut the pork into cubes, cook first in a skillet on the stove, then put into the oven for several hours on a low temp (again I think). I can remember the smell of the dish being amazing, spicy with a little sweet and the taste was great. Sadly I didn't think to bookmark it and I can't seem to find it base off my memory. Anyone here having any idea what it could have been?

Or have a suggestion for something similar? I searched for Carne Asada pork but none of what surfaced seemed...right.

Also I don't own a slow cooker or dutch oven (which is why that recipe appealed to me)..

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