The best recipe for pesto stuffed burrata bombs
Why eat only mozzarella when you can eat burrata? And why eat only burrata when you can eat it Stuffed with pesto Burrata? This recipe for burrata bombs is the answer. She takes everyone’s favorite cheese to the next level by injecting it with delicious pesto. The best thing to serve this wonderful appetizer is grilled tomatoes. Specifically, cherry tomatoes that have been sautéed with olive oil, garlic, and herbs, then slow-roasted to perfection. Here’s some information on how to make it.
What is burrata anyway?
Burrata is an Italian cheese very similar to mozzarella. The outside resembles classic mozzarella, but inside it’s hidden by a very creamy center that Italians call “stracciatella.” Described as “little rags,” they are chunks of mozzarella cheese mixed with cream to create a texture that is simply amazing. And lucky for us, burrata can be found in well-stocked grocery stores all over the United States. These good balls come packed in salted water and should be used within two to three days of opening the container.
Homemade pesto vs. store-bought pesto:
Our homemade pesto can’t be beat: it’s a luxurious blend of basil, olive oil, garlic, nuts, and Parmesan. It is a simple recipe and worth the time to make it at home because it will give you the best taste. But if you’re pressed for time, you can find really great fresh pesto in a lot of grocery stores these days. Look for it in the cooler section of your local store.
Have you tried making this? Let us know how it went in the comments!
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