Pares (food)


Pares (food)

Pares is a dish originating in the Philippines. Literally meaning "pair", this dish is a combination of a beef stew viand and a bowl of soup, both served with rice. Some less popular variations of the dish are rice-topping versions.

The stew is made with beef cutlets cooked in sweet soy sauce and anise, topped with spring onions. The soup is made by combining a portion of the stew sauce with some pre-cooked soup stock.


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