Burrata is one of the most special cheeses that hasn’t really been too available until just recently. A cows milk cheese made with a thin outer layer of mozzerella cheese and filled with creamy inside. Available in specialty cheese sections of your grocery store and in Italian markets as well. I have seen it at Whole foods recently. Be mindful to check the expiration date to ensure its freshness.
One basket Organic Cherry Tomatoes-sliced in half or
Heirloom Tomatoes – thickly sliced
Fresh cracked Black Pepper
Arrange tomatoes and Burrata on a plate. You can tear the burrata with your
hands ,its quite hard to slice.
Drizzle with your favorite Olive oil.
Sprinkle with Sea Salt and fresh Cracked Pepper.
Great on a lovely slice of Crostini
1 French Baguette-sliced diagonally
Cracked Black Pepper
Heat oven to broil
Lay bread on a baking sheet
Generously brush each slice with olive oil front and back.
Sprinkle with sea salt and cracked pepper
Turn pieces over and Repeat .
Broil slices until light golden brown
Using your tongs ,turn each slice over and broil remaining side until toasted.