With a very light, compact layer and a soft heart, it’s perfect on its own, better if with friends, for recipes with burrata, the adjective “gourmet” is a must.
Originally from Puglia, now also available in Hong Kong, the burrata is the summer element you were waiting for. Perfect to take home with friends, it is an excellent alternative to the full and slippery bottle of wine.
Do not be fooled by its innocent appearance: what appears to be a simple knot of mozzarella is a sinful ingredient, capable of transforming even the noblest bruschetta into an original recipe.
Perfect on a slice of toasted bread, garnished with a touch of olive oil to balance the creaminess, impeccable to season a summer pasta accompanied by confit tomatoes, today we explain how to compose recipes with fresh burrata—recipes that will amaze your guests.
GREEN GAZPACHO WITH BURRATA
In summer, you know the desire to turn on the stove reaches historic lows, and the idea of operating the oven doesn't even go through the antechamber of the brain. Why not try using our burrata to accompany a very green summery gazpacho?
MACCHERONI WITH TOMATO, ANCHOVIES, AND BURRATA
If you are daredevils, and fires don't frighten you, these macaroni with tomato sauce, salty anchovies, burrata stracciatella, and toasted bread powder, pine nuts, and caraway seeds are the ones for you. Yes, there seem to be many ingredients, but the result is surprising.
CROSTINI WITH FLOWERS OF PUMPKIN, BURRATA, AND ALICI
Are you thinking about preparing some appetizers for an evening based on air conditioning and a TV series? You should try the burrata declined in a couple of recipes to put on or spread on bread. An example: Crostini with courgette flowers, burrata, and anchovies—before the flowers become extinct until next season.
BURRATA CREAM WITH PEPPERS AND CRUMBLE WITH ANCHOVIES
Or the burrata and anchovies combo that also returns in the burrata cream with peppers and crumble to the anchovies.
Photo: Cucina Naturale
Want the perfect balance between the flavor of the anchovies and the creaminess of Madama Burrata? Either, because the sin of gluttony is a dangerous thing, and this dairy product is, according to many, noble, lustful, and with a story to tell.
TAGLIATELLE WITH BURRATA CREAM AND CONFIT TOMATOES
If you prefer a quick and easy recipe, we recommend this whole-wheat tagliatelle with burrata cream and tomato confit.
It will be enough to combine them with a dry and not too structured wine, in order to have the dream dinner of a midsummer night.
Photo: Imperfect Cuisine
RISOTTO Venere, FILLETS OF ANCHOVIES FROM THE CANTABRIAN SEA, and BURRATA
Last, but not least, this risotto with Venere rice, Cantabrian anchovy fillets, and burrata to prepare when returning from vacation lets you continue dreaming of beach holidays and days with lots of light.
Credit: Fine Dining Lovers