burrata cheese

Burrata

Burrata, a postmodern version of Mozzarella, delicious in its simplicity, perfect for a decadent dining experience.
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Burrata Cheese Recipes

Burrata is a fresh cheese from Andria, a small village in Apulia; it is basically a pocket made of mozzarella dough containing a soft cream heart and strips of mozzarella. You can eat Burrata as is, accompanied by a green salad, but it can also be used in refined recipes, combined with some great glass of local wine from Puglia, maybe a Locorotondo or Castel del Monte.
Discover all our tips and recipes about Burrata, the queen of Italian cheeses!

 

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Burrata Cheese Properties and Facts

Burrata cheese is very similar to mozzarella, but with a sweeter taste and buttery and a softer texture. This cheese goes well with vegetables or salads, but it can also be cooked to prepare more elaborate dishes, as you can see above. 

The cheese must be served fresh or at room temperature, not hot or too cold (unless specifically required by the recipe).

There are 90 calories in one ball of burrata cheese and due to the fat quantity it has requires a long digestive process; furthermore, Burrrata contains significant amounts of lactose.

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