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|Place of origin||Belgium and Netherlands|
|Region or state||Province of Limburg|
|Main ingredients||Meat (horse meat or beef), vinegar, apple syrup, gingerbread|
Zoervleis is similar to carbonade flamande and hachee and Germans might know it as Sauerbraten in some local variations. The sour refers to a process of marinading the meat, traditionally horse meat but nowadays commonly beef, in vinegar. However, despite its name the dish is sweet due the vinegar being compensated for with apple syrup and Dutch gingerbread.
The dish is often accompanied by French fries.