Beef Pares Filipino Recipe

Beef pares is probably one of the most popular Filipino meal. You can see it being sold at local carinderias and some are even selling it via mobile store at sidewalks.

Beef pares, ingredients and the way it is cook vary from time to time. Below is a simple and easy to follow recipe of beef pares or also known as braised beef paired with fried rice and hot-tasty soup that you can try out at home.

Beef Pares Filipino Dish

Ingredients:

* 500g  (sliced into 1 1/2-inch thick cubes) beef brisket

* 4 cups of water

* 1/2 piece chopped onion

* 1 piece star anise

* 1 tsp of salt

* 1 tbsp cooking oil

* 1 tsp minced garlic

* 1 onion, chopped

* 1/3 cup soy sauce

* 2 tbsp of sugar

* salt and ground black pepper (to taste)

* 2 cups of beef broth

* 2 tbsp cornstarch

* 1/4 cup of water

Beef Pares Cooking Procedure:

1). Put the beef, chopped onion, star anise and water in a sauce pot  Cover sauce pot. Let the mixture simmer until the beef is tender. Add water if liquid dries up or for more sauce if you want.

2). Separate beef cubes from the broth. Set aside the beef broth (2 cups or more will do).

3). In a sauce pot, heat the cooking oil and saute garlic until light brown.

4). Add chopped onion. Saute until transparent in color.

5). Add cooked beef cubes. Mix it well with onion and garlic.

6). Add soy sauce, sugar, beef broth. Season it with ground black pepper and salt. Simmer for 5 minutes.

7). Pour the cornstarch in water and add it to the beef mixture. Stir continuously until sauce thickens.

Enjoy your beef pares! Serve it with fried rice along with a tasty soup for much better beef pares experience.

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28 thoughts on “Beef Pares Filipino Recipe

  1. Louise Antonette

    My college days are reminded of Beef Pares. My boy-friends and I usually go to paresan after gimiks at around 1-3am! I will forever love Beef Pares. Even my hubby and I still date in paresan! I love Beef Pares, need I say more of my love for it?! Thanks for sharing this another great Filipino menu! 🙂

  2. Rochkirstin Santos

    Is this like beef stew or beef brisket maki? Anyway, as delicious the picture might look, I am not tempted to eat the food because of my vegetarian diet. Actually we have a similar recipe but we use gluten or fake meat.

  3. Sumi Go

    I used to eat a lot of beef pares when I was little, and your post just made me crave for some! It's been years already since my last spoonful! 😀 Anyway, I'll try making this soon. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  4. Olga

    Hubby loves pares so I think I'll give this recipe a shot. I don't have star anise though. You think I can substitute anisado? How much anisado should I use?

  5. Jhari

    Yummy!!! I love any recipe with soy sauce. I should try this one. My sister in law will definitely like it. Except for the husband, he don't like anything that has a sweet taste in the food (not unless it's desserts).

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