You need only 10 minutes and a handful of ingredients until you have a simply delicious Burrata, Prosciutto & Peaches Plate. This is perfect for sharing with friends and family while you lounge by the pool, on the lake, during a picnic, or having a night in.
This summer when you're out enjoying the weather and water, you are going to want to dig into this delicious Burrata, Prosciutto, and Peaches Plate. What could be better than a plate of cheese, meat, peaches, and bread?! This is perfect for sharing with family or friends.
The dish is inspired by one of my favorite Italian restaurants, Katie's Pizza and Pasta. They focus on using local and seasonal ingredients in a modern take on Italian cuisine. It is so simple, but the fresh ingredients are what makes this so delicious.
The burrata is ultra-creamy with a curd-like inside and a solid mozzarella exterior. The prosciutto is thinly sliced pork and offers both a salty and sweet taste. Peaches offer sweetness with a soft and juicy texture. I LOVE peaches, so much that as a kid that my nickname was Peaches. The toasted ciabatta is the perfect vessel to hold all of this tasty goodness. It's crunchy while being slightly soft. I like to cut my ciabatta with a serrated knife into long strips, brush with olive oil and toast under the broiler until golden.
Finish the plate with balsamic glaze and a drizzle of olive oil. Balsamic glaze is a blend of balsamic vinegar and sweetener like honey or sugar that has been cooked down into a thick syrup. This can be found at your local grocery store. You can even make your own! It's delicious not only on this Burrata, Prosciutto & Peaches Plate, but also with pizza, on a Caprese salad, chicken, salmon, and even vegetables. The dish is finished off with flaky sea salt, a few grinds of fresh ground pepper, and microgreens, which add freshness and a pop of green to the plate.
Burrata, Prosciutto & Peaches Plate
- 8 oz burrata
- 1 tablespoon balsamic glaze
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 3 oz proscuitto
- 1 peach
- 8 slices ciabatta toasted or your choice of toast bread or crostini
- sea salt
- fresh ground pepper
- microgreens optional
- On a large platter, place burrata in the center. Place toasted ciabatta, peaches, and, prosciutto around the burrata.
- Drizzle balsamic glaze and olive oil around burrata. Season with flaky sea salt and freshly ground pepper.
- Decorate with microgreens.
- Grab a cheese knife and enjoy!
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Finish the night with Strawberry Rosé Sorbet! Only 6 ingredients until you have the most refreshing, bubbly, and boozy sorbet made with fresh strawberries.