[ kahr-buh-nahd; French kar-baw-nad ]
/ ˌkɑr bəˈnɑd; French kar bɔˈnad /
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noun, plural car·bon·nades [kahr-buh-nahdz; French kar-baw-nad]. /ˌkɑr bəˈnɑdz; French kar bɔˈnad/. Belgian Cooking.
a thick stew of beef, onions, herbs, etc., cooked in beer.
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Origin of carbonnade
1875–80; <French carbon(n)ade literally, meat grilled over hot coals, Middle French <Provençal carbonada or Italian carbonata;see carbonado2
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How to use carbonnade in a sentence
Simmered in the Belgian beef stew known as Carbonnade, a Chimay can make the broth rich with flavor and thickness.