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Burrata is a fresh Italian cheese, subtly creamy and luscious, specialty of Puglia region of the southeast coast of Italy.
Burrata, which means “buttery” in Italian, is a hollow ball of buffalo mozzarella filled with cream and scraps of mozzarella. Cut through the ball and the cream oozes out. The cheese bits make the cream both buttery and creamy, although not overly rich, since this is still a fresh cheese.
Recommended to eat with Heirloom or Datterino tomatoes. Season with Pansato Basil olive oil and fleur de sel. Can also be served with toasted garlic bread or crostini for lunch, dinner or as a snack.
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