Is there anything more heavenly than burrata?! The soft and creamy cheese is one of my favorite cheeses to pair with fruit. Burrata is mild in flavor, milky and feels light. Today's burrata toast recipe is a fruity cheesy mix, simple as it uses only six ingredients, and ready in under ten minutes.
I picked up some pluots this weekend at the supermarket, but any seasonal stone fruit can be used - peaches, nectarines or plums all work great. Simply cut the fruit and place on a non stick pan on medium heat. It doesn't need any oil. Let this cook until it gets some color and then flip over. Once done, plop the warm fruit on garlic rubbed toast alongside cold, fresh burrata, sprinkle with basil ribbons and drizzle with honey. So simple, and such a good combination.
This recipe also works well as a crostini appetizer!
Burrata Warm Stone Fruit With Basil and Honey
Prep Time: 4 minutes Cook Time: 6 minutes Total Time: 10 minutes Yield: 4 toasts
4 slices of sourdough bread
1 clove of garlic, peeled
1 burrata ball
2 pluots or stone fruit of choice
a few basil leaves
Cut the fruit in slices and place on a non stick pan.
Cook each side for 2-3 minutes, until it catches some color.
In the meantime, toast the bread.
Once the toast is ready, rub a clove of raw garlic all over one side.
Tear the burrata ball and place on top of the toasts evenly.
Place the warm fruit on the toast.
Cut the basil in ribbons and sprinkle over the toast.
Drizzle some honey, and serve.
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