Put a new spin on this summer staple by using burrata cheese instead of mozzarella. Burrata means “buttered” and has a creamier, sweeter taste. The white balsamic vinegar glaze has a sweeter undertone and is thicker than a typical balsamic vinegar. This fresh take on the classic Italian salad will have you saying “Amore!”
Recipe and photograph by Kimme Hargrove
2 cups grape or cherry tomatoes
1/4 cup fresh basil leaves, chopped
2 Tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
8 ounces burrata cheese (2 balls in an 8-ounce container)
White balsamic vinegar glaze, for drizzling
Slice tomatoes in half vertically. Mix in a bowl with chopped basil leaves, olive oil, and salt and pepper (to taste). Place on a serving plate.
Drain burrata cheese. Carefully cut cheese in half, and place on top of the tomatoes. Drizzle with white balsamic vinegar glaze, and serve.
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