|Place of origin||Belgium, France|
|Main ingredients||Beef or Pork, onions, beer, thyme, bay|
Carbonade flamande, also spelled carbonnade or called à la flamande (in Dutch stoverij or stoofvlees) is a Flemish beef (or pork) and onion stew popular in Belgium and French Flanders, made with beer, thyme, juniper berries, mustard and spiced bread. In French, a carbon(n)ade may also be a dish of grilled pork loin and certain beef stews cooked with red wine such as beef bourguignon in the east of France, but in English, carbonnade is generally the Belgian dish. The dish is occasionally called Flemish stew, but that is a generic term, also used for waterzooi, hochepot, and so on.
Commonly recommended beers for this dish include Oud bruin (Old Brown Beer), Brune Abbey beer and Flanders red. Just before serving, a small amount of cider or wine vinegar and either brown sugar or red currant jelly are sometimes added.
- entry in the Trésor de la langue française informatisé).
- The spelling with one n is more common in French; with two n's is much more common in English Google Ngrams
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