These delightful burrata recipes will certainly exceed the basic cheese and tomato starter.
I’m talking prosciutto, tomatoes, mozzarella, and more!
Burrata is a soft, creamy cheese that’s typically made with sheep’s milk.
It’s tangy and slightly salty but not too salty.
It pairs well with so many kinds of meat.
If you want to make something special for your next dinner party, these burrata recipe are the way to do it.
This dish is another powerhouse that’ll keep you full for hours.
It takes just 15 minutes and adds a splash of balsamic vinegar to the mix.
You can make this with the whole block of burrata, or you can cut it into cubes.
How much sweetener to add depends on how strong you like your tomato sauce.
I like mine a little more ‘red’ so I add extra sugar at least a Tablespoon.
If you’ve never had burrata, I highly recommend making your first one from scratch.
It’s like a cross between ricotta and mozzarella but with a slightly different flavor.
Luckily, this recipe is super easy to follow.
All you need are four ingredients: fresh spinach, hazelnuts, parmesan cheese, and burrata.
It may be simple, but it’s so delicious!
It takes only 20 minutes to make two servings.
That means you have more time on hand to do other things!
As a fan of the simplicity of burrata, I was super excited to discover this salad.
It’s creamy and fresh with a crunchy bite from the tomatoes.
You’ll add an herb vinaigrette for more depth of flavor.
It’s so simple, but it works perfectly!
The only thing you can do better is make these on top of roasted tomatoes and freshly grated parmesan cheese.
I love the simplicity and flavor of this dish.
The burrata is creamy, salty, and oh-so-delicious.
You can make it with a variety of cheeses.
I like to use firm goat cheese or ricotta salata.
The honey comes from honeycrisps, but you can easily use the kind you buy in bulk.
Or, if you want it sweet and tart, try adding some roasted red peppers.
These bruschetta are a beautiful showstopper.
And even if you’re not a fan of sweet and salty flavors, this recipe will change your mind.
They’re an elegant dish that will impress even the pickiest of eaters.
It also tastes great on their own!
If you’re looking for a light and fresh salad, then this recipe is perfect for you!
It combines sweet lemon, creamy basil, salty burrata, and garlicky toasts.
It’s the ideal way to start your day.
This recipe is easy to make and comes together in just 25 minutes.
So if you’re looking for something quick and easy that tastes great, this is it!
It’s hard to believe this dish is vegan.
But it’s true, as you can see from the picture!
This dreamy dessert features fig brittle and brie in a fig-flavored butter, then baked until bubbly.
The combination of sweet and salty flavors is unbeatable, and the crunchy texture on top is the cherry on top.
Serve this with a fresh green salad for an elegant dinner that won’t break your diet.
This tomato gnocchi with burrata might just be one of the best things you’ll ever try.
Salty, sweet, creamy, and garlicky…it’s a dreamy trio of flavors that’s impossible to resist.
I love this recipe because it makes a great weeknight meal.
It takes only 30 minutes from start to finish and doesn’t require any cooking or babysitting!
Pasta with burrata and spinach is a comforting meal that not only tastes great, but it’s also vegan-friendly!
This recipe is so simple to make and tastes delightful.
When paired with the creamy burrata sauce, it creates a plate of magic.
Top this dish with some parmesan cheese and drizzle of olive oil for an extra pop of flavor.
Here’s another one for the record books.
This dish is a fantastic way to get your greens!
Brown butter and burrata pairs perfectly with a hearty, nutty farro.
It’s rich and creamy, but it’s also light enough to indulge in.
Plus, it doesn’t take long to make.
And if you have leftovers, they taste even better the next day.
This recipe makes an ideal weeknight side or main course.
But I bet you could also use it as a vegetarian dinner if you wanted.
This garlic olive oil appetizer is the perfect choice for a romantic dinner.
The combination of garlic, herbs, and olives is so delightful.
It’s not just the taste that will have you coming back for seconds.
What makes this appetizer so special is the texture.
Burrata cheese lays perfectly on top of garlicky olives and herbs.
It’s hard to tell how much effort went into making this recipe, but it was definitely worth every single second!
This appetizer is a perfect way to start your meal with a burst of fresh, Italian flavors.
It combines three types of cheeses: burrata, cherry tomatoes, and mozzarella.
It’s smothered with garlic, basil, and oregano for a beautiful contrast of flavors.
The crispy crust on the top adds texture to this dish that makes it even more delicious.
You can’t beat the simplicity of this dish.
It features just four ingredients and requires only about 30 minutes to make.
With its bright, zesty flavor and clean, fresh taste, this pasta is perfect for any occasion.
The recipe calls for burrata cheese, but you probably already have it on hand.
If not, use ricotta instead to keep things vegan.
When it comes to summer salads, this one is an absolute show-stopper.
It’s a simple, no-fuss dish that’ll make you smile.
The asparagus and tomato combo is the star of the show, but the burrata cheese adds a nice creamy texture and depth of flavor.
Buttery pine nuts sparkle with crunch.
They have such an earthy taste that perfectly complements the juicy Mediterranean flavors.
I love how this salad can be enjoyed as a main entree or side dish.
The whole thing tastes fresh and indulgent.
Here’s another great way to use up your leftover, fermented, or soft cheese.
All you need are some sourdough toast slices, garlic and butter, a touch of thyme, and some flat-leaf parsley.
It takes about 30 minutes to cook the whole thing.
As with all things garlic-y, this recipe needs room to breathe.
So plan for at least one hour before serving it!
This burrata bruschetta is light, fresh, and oh-so-good.
It’s the perfect appetizer for your next summer BBQ.
The sweetness of the pear and red onion pairs beautifully with the creamy cheese.
You can heat each slice individually so that everyone gets a taste.
Serve this as an appetizer with charcuterie or other meats and dips for a delicious lunch or dinner!
This delicious burrata and arugula salad is a great recipe for those looking for something fresh, light, and flavorful.
You’ll love how the creamy burrata makes this dish just a bit sweet.
Plus, there’s also plenty of fresh arugula to add crunch to your salad.
I like to serve this with some pita chips for an extra crunchy bite!
These marinated tomatoes with burrata and garlic crostini are the perfect meatless meal.
The cheese melts on top, adding a lovely crunchy texture.
Plus, you’ll love the fresh herbs in this dish; they make all the difference!
These steak and burrata crostini are a great way to serve your steak on the run.
The crostini is incredibly crispy and crunchy, while the cheese melts into a delicate, creamy sauce.
And if you’re not familiar with steaks and burrata, don’t worry; this recipe walks you through the pairing of these two flavors.
After all, what’s better than steak and cheese?
Serve up these savory crostini with a side salad or some avocado toast for an amazing lunch or dinner.
This chicken with braised tomatoes and burrata takes a bit of time to make, but that’s because you have to do the work.
The result is a flavorful meal that is both hearty and light.
It’s also perfect for when you’re craving something warm on a chilly night.
Best of all, it requires minimal effort from you.
You can leave this one alone and let your oven take care of the cooking.
You guys, this is the most incredible pesto tomato burrata I’ve ever had.
It’s creamy, dreamy, and full of flavor!
Layers upon layers of fresh basil pesto pair perfectly with creamy burrata cheese and tomatoes.
I love that you can use any types of tomatoes for this recipe!
This is seriously a game-changer for your next party.
This dish is full of fresh, zesty flavors.
It’s a nice change from the usual pasta dishes you often come across.
The lemon and arugula brings bright zestiness to this dish, giving it a refreshing taste.
The burrata adds a creamy texture without any heaviness.
It’s full of flavor with little to no effort.
This pesto and burrata recipe is a great choice for meal prepping and weeknight dinners.
It’s packed with fresh veggies, salty bacon, nutty burrata cheese, and bright cherry tomatoes.
The pesto adds a wonderful kick of brightness to the dish, while the burrata makes it so creamy.
Top it with parmesan or ricotta cheese for added flavor and richness.
Or go all out and whip up some balsamic chicken wings!
When it comes to pasta, burrata is the queen.
It’s the perfect mix of creaminess, texture, and umami flavor that can’t be beat.
This unique cheese has a hearty pedigree, dating back centuries.
I love bringing this dish out for guests at home because it’s such a treat!
This recipe includes pancetta for added salt and richness.
The bacon adds heartiness to the dish as well.
But I’m in love with how this recipe uses pancetta and burrata together!
The salty bacon paired with creamy burrata creates such a beautiful harmony.
I have a soft spot for anything with burrata cheese, and this pizza burrata dip is my favorite.
The base ensures there’s no over-abundance of cheese on the pizza.
However, the toppings are equally important and make it a must-make.
I like to top mine with salami and mozzarella slices, but feel free to add whatever you prefer!
25 Best Burrata Recipes
For the garlic toasts:
- 1 loaf rustic bread
- Olive oil
- 2 peeled garlic cloves
For the burrata:
- 16 oz grape
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- Kosher salt
- 8 ounces burrata
- 3 tablespoons basil pesto
- Fresh basil
- Set the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Slice the bread into 1-inch-thick pieces with a bread knife. On a sizable baking sheet, arrange the bread slices in a single layer and drizzle with olive oil on both sides. Toast the bread for 10 minutes, turning it over halfway through, or until golden brown on both sides. To impart garlic flavor, take the bread out of the oven and rub the garlic cloves all over the toast.
- Place the tomatoes in a small bowl and drizzle with olive oil while the bread is toasting. To taste, add salt and pepper to the dish.
- Place the burrata on a platter or serving dish when you’re ready to serve. The burrata should be surrounded by tomatoes. Add salt and pepper to taste and drizzle pesto over the tomatoes and burrata. Basil should be used to garnish the tomatoes. Slices of bread should be arranged around the cheese and tomatoes before serving.