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MalaysianGuy Nov 3, 2011 04:46 AM

Greetings from Malaysia. I would like to ask you all for some advice, if you don't mind.

What sort of stirfried vegetables go well with beef burgers? So far I've got shallots, capsicum, and.......errr.....shallots...wait, didn't I say that already? ;)

Anything else that comes to mind?

I greatly appreciate your time and effort into answering my question.
Ash.

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    MalaysianGuy Nov 3, 2011 04:50 AM

    Hmmm....another thought that just struck me is pineapple, but I think thats something best served on its own with the burger, not together with shallots and capsicum LMAO!

    1. Gio Nov 3, 2011 05:03 AM

      Welcome to Chound...!
      I'm guessing you intend to shop for some of the vegetables that will be suggested so with that in mind I'll say:
      garlic,
      some variety of cabbage,
      bean sprouts,
      scallions,
      mushrooms

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        MalaysianGuy Nov 3, 2011 05:19 AM

        Garlic with burgers? You sure, cause it sounds really iffy to me.

        Brilliant with the cabbage, scallions, and bean sprouts, but specifically what sort of mushroom do you think would be best?

        Thanks a bunch.
        Ash.

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          wyogal Nov 3, 2011 05:22 AM

          yes, garlic with burgers.
          and whatever mushroom you have or like.

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            MalaysianGuy Nov 3, 2011 05:27 AM

            Shitake it is. Or portobellos. Meh, I think I'm going with shitake.

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              MalaysianGuy Nov 3, 2011 05:28 AM

              Shitake it shall be. Or portobellos. Meh, I'll go with shitake, mainly because I like the first syllable in the word LMAO!

              Will try the garlic thingy as well.

        2. JEN10 Nov 3, 2011 05:25 AM

          Avacado's would be brilliant, not stirfried of course, just layed on top.

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            MalaysianGuy Nov 3, 2011 05:29 AM

            Thanks, I'll keep this in mind for another recipe. Have to remember that the star of the show is the meat, so I can't bury it beneath veggies.

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