What is Burrata?
Burrata is an Italian cheese. Take the most exquisite mozzarella you’ve ever tried and imagine tearing it open with a fork (or even better, pulling it apart with your hands), and the smooth white outer skin revealing an oozing soft and creamy interior: the perfect combination of sfilacciata (or “un-pulled”) mozzarella (the root of whose name 'mozzata' means 'chopped off') and fresh cream.
What Does Burrata Mean?
Translated from Italian, burrata literally means buttery, a clue to the delicious melt-in-your-mouth heart that awaits inside the pillowy exterior
Where is Burrata From?
Burrata cheese is one of unmissable traditional Italian foods from Puglia. Burrata originally hails from the city of Andria in Murgia, in the Puglia region of Southern Italy, where it was first made around 100 years ago, and is still made by hand with just three simple ingredients: cow’s milk, rennet and cream.