Burrata Berry Salad Recipe
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Burrata Berry Salad Recipe is filled with summer produce: berries, tomatoes, cherries, endive. Add creamy mozzarella, croutons, balsamic, and flake salt!
Let’s chat decorating and fresh summer salads! With all the fresh summer fruit, we can’t get enough of this Burrata Berry Salad Recipe!
Burrata Berry Salad Recipe
And of course, if you make your own Homemade Italian Croutons, this salad is even better!
Plus, I’m sharing our new BLACK & WHITE WALL in our dining room today! [keep reading ….]
Here’s what you need for this summer salad:
- Burrata cheese balls
- Strawberries, cherries [grab the cherry pitter], and blackberries
- Baby tomatoes, cucumber, and endive
- Fresh mint
- Olive oil and balsamic vinegar
- Flake salt
- Croutons (make my homemade Homemade Italian Crouton Recipe!)
We served this recipe recently at a small dinner. But what I love about the flavors and combination is, it could also be served on tiny plates for an appetizer.
What is burrata cheese used for?
Burrata is delightful served with most produce. Serve it whole, or tear the outside pieces of the mozzarella, and add to your favorite dish (salad, pasta dish, appetizer). It pairs with fruit, such as sliced peaches, berries, and cherries!
For a great summer menu, try these recipes:
Slow Cooker Barbecue Chuck Roast Sandwiches (don’t turn the oven on!)
Delicious Corn Cabbage Tangy Cole Slaw
THIS Burrata Salad!
Black and White Wall with Minted
I love to decorate my spaces and make an area or place feel new, so when we moved into this house and removed many of the cabinets, it opened up a whole new space for photos.
Recently I worked with Minted to bring beautiful black and white photos into our home. This space was just calling for new art!
Here’s what I love about adding MINTED art to walls:
Don’t worry about the rules. Make it your own. Mix meaningful art pieces with family photos, or whatever means a lot to you. This is why I love Minted artwork. You can scroll for hours and find pieces that you connect with and that fit in your home.
Because of our modern look, we went with black and white for this wall. And of course, this is where we sit and eat.
Back to the summer salad ….
Everything is lovely about this salad. Burrata is amazing, so creamy and satisfying!
The difference between mozzarella and burrata is that mozzarella cheese is a semi-soft Italian cheese made from cow or water buffalo milk. Burrata cheese takes the mozzarella one step further — it’s like mozzarella that’s formed into a pouch, and then filled with soft, stringy curd and cream.
So it’s a puff-ball of soft, delicious cheese!
Add berries and homemade croutons and you have a gorgeous dish to serve!
Burrata Berry Salad
- 3 burrata cheese balls
- 5-7 strawberries, halved
- 1 heaping c pitted cherries
- 1 c baby tomatoes, halved
- 1/4 English cucumber, sliced into 1/2’’ rounds
- 1/2 c blackberries
- 8 fresh mint leaves
- Flake salt to garnish
- Olive oil to drizzle
- Balsamic to drizzle
- 4 oz whole croutons
- 2 endives
- On a medium platter, arrange the burrata. Surround the cheese with the remaining cherries, strawberries, tomatoes, cucumber, and blackberries.
- Garnish with the mint leaves, a drizzle of olive oil and balsamic, and a few generous pinches of flake salt. Serve with endives and croutons.
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