Today’s Recipe: Beef Pares

Here’s one of my favorite dishes that I have come to learn how to cook. I used to frequent Pares-Pares hole-in-the-wall restaurants because of their beef pares. That sweet and salty meat dish that somewhat resembles the Chinese Style Adobo is another easy to cook dish with one not-so-secret ingredient that makes it different.

Here’s wachunid:

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1 kilo beef brisket or camto, 3 cloves garlic chopped, 1 medium sized onion chopped, 3 slices ginger julienned, 2-3 pcs. star anise, 1/4 cup soy sauce, 1/4 cup brown sugar, 2-3 tbps. cooking oil, spring onion for garnishing (optional).

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Step 1 & 2: Boil beef in a pot until tender. This would usually take 1-2 hours on a regular pot and about 20-30 minutes if you have a pressure cooker. Remove beef and set aside, don’t throw the beef stock. On a separate pan sauté in oil garlic, onion and ginger then add the beef.

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Step 3: Add the soy sauce, sugar and star anise and the beef stock. Bring to boil. Add salt & pepper to taste.

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Viola! Beef Pares.

Add spring onion for garnish.

Happy Hump Day!

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Comments

  1. James Bunales says

    Hi Jackie, Im just looking for a pares recipe in google and i found your page, top 3 sa top search, galing! :)

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