Burrata Cheese and Prawns
Burrata is probably one of the most tasty and tempting fresh cheese ever invented.
This might be said of many Italian cheeses, we know, but Burrata is actually one of the highlights among the dairy products from the South of Italy.
Are you wondering how to make Burrata cheese at home? No way! Although the production process is quite simple and Burrata doesn't require seasoning, making at home something remotely similar to a real Burrata cheese is a titanic feat.
But what can make your dinner unique is learning how to serve Burrata cheese. Therefore, read our best Burrata Cheese recipes, perfect to prepare a starter or for your apéritif!
And remember that you can keep the cheese in the refrigerator for up to 8 days from the date of manufacture. Yet, it is better to consume it within 48 hours to taste its valuable notes.
Burrata Cheese Appetizer with Prawns Step by Step
- Clean the prawns perfectly.
- Blend the Burrata cheese in a mixer with 4 tablespoons of mineral water, 4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil and black pepper.
- Cook the prawns in a pan, with a spoon of extra-virgin olive oil, a clove of chopped garlic, four sprigs of thyme, salt and pepper. If you want to add more flavor to your recipe, cut the shrimps' heads and crush them with a chef's spoon to get their juice out. Cook for two minutes on low heat. Then get rid of the heads.
- Pour the Burrata cream into four soup bowls; place the prawns above it, add the gravy obtained from cooking and a drizzle of olive oil.
- Grate some lime peel on the dish and serve with a couple of slices of baked bread.