Carbonnade a la Flamande refers to a Flemish dish cooked in beer and onions is a specialty of Northern France, but also available widespread. It also refers to a thick Belgian beef stew from Flanders made with beef, bacon, onions and brown and in Belgium, it is also referred to as Carbonnade of Beef. Carbonnade a la Flamande is also known as Carbonnade de Boeuf a la Flamande or Carbonade Flamande

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