A fresh Burrata salad is a thing of beauty - a simple and delicious ode to the Queen of Italian cheeses.
If you're wonderingwhat burrata is, it's the creamy decadent sibling to mozzarella with an unrivalled rich and buttery interior.
The unique creamy tangy notes of this prized cheese also offer the perfect balance to sweet peaches, citrusy oranges or offset the all important acidity of fresh tomatoes in delicious burrata salads.
Here are some ways of putting a lighter spin on burrata this summer, where the regal cheese still manages to impress.
Burrata Salad Recipes
Tomato burrata salad
Keep your burrata salad simple and enjoy the most classic of pairings - burrata and sun-ripened tomatoes with a splash of extra virgin olive oil, and freshly ground sea salt, and if you're feeling really decadent, a scattering of bottarga.
Try this stunning salad with a difference from Xavier Boyer showcasing baby beetroots, spicy green meat radishes and white creamy burrata at its finest. Find the recipe for burrata salad with beetroot and radishes over at the Great British Chefs.
Burrata and Blood Orange Salad
Or, if you love citrus, try this stunning recipe for vibrant blood oranges set against the white backdrop of pillowy burrata.
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