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A semi-soft white Italian cheese made from mozzarella and cream.‘the menu includes burrata served with charred cherry tomatoes and toasted garlic crostini’
- ‘Caponata is delicious served as a sharing dish or you could try matching it up with mozzarella or creamy burrata.’
- ‘Break the burrata on to the caponata or leave it whole, scatter the basil over and drizzle with a little olive oil.’
- ‘Mantuano has put freshly handmade burrata on the menu at his wine bar, pairing it with garlic toasts and leeks.’
- ‘If you cannot find burrata cheese you can substitute fresh mozzarella instead.’
- ‘Like the burrata and greens, most of the food at La Scarbitta is simple, fresh, essential.’
- ‘Antipasti include saffron tiger prawns or truffled burrata.’
- ‘Two of my dining companions opted for the burrata with heirloom tomatoes, which was out of this world.’
- ‘From a list of salads, a small portion of terrifically creamy burrata nonetheless starred in a winning interplay of textures and flavors.’
- ‘There are also more expensive mozzarella wraps, with prosciutto, Parmesan and arugula tucked inside, a breaded mozzarella with prosciutto, and burrata, a sac of mozzarella filled with cream and bits of cheese.’
- ‘He was particularly excited about a delicately flavored burrata from Brooklyn he plans to serve over toasted garlic bread.’
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