This Burrata Toast is the perfect combination of flavour, with creamy burrata, sweet peaches and arugula then topped with balsamic glaze.
Whether its for breakfast, brunch, appetizer or a snack, this Burrata Toast recipe is one you need to try!
It's the perfect combination of flavors together that work so well.
The creaminess of the burrata goes so well with the sweetness of the peaches. Topped with balsamic glaze for a little tang at the end 🙂
Some other popular toast combinations you must try are my Custard Yogurt Toast, Creamy Mushroom Toast and Healthy French Toast.
If peaches aren’t in season, not to worry! You can also use many other fruits on this burrata recipe. Try it with strawberries, nectarines, or even figs to just name a few.
Love Burrata? Then you will also love my Burrata Caprese Sandwich with 3 ingredients!
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Ingredients to make Burrata Toast
- Burrata, also known as Burratina, is a fresh Italian cheese that is the star of the dish! Similar to mozzarella, with a super creamy soft texture on the inside. I recommend purchasing from an Italian deli or grocery for the best quality cheese which makes a huge difference .
If you cant find burrata or burratina, you can also substitute with ricotta cheese
- Ciabatta bread is what I’ve used here, however you can use your favourite bread. Sourdough bread is usually my preferred bread. I recommend using a thicker slice of bread so it can hold all the yummy toppings
- Peach is added to the burratina toast for its lovely sweetness which pairs so well! If peaches aren’t in season, you can also use figs, strawberries or any berries, grapes, and even melon
- Arugula, also known as rocket leaves, is added to the base of the toast. I love it for its peppery flavour. Mixed leaves will also work well
- Extra virgin olive oil is a must, especially with burrata as it works so well. A light drizzle brings out the yummy creaminess
- Balsamic glaze is added right at the end for a sweet tang. It's a thicker version of balsamic vinegar. If you cant get your hands on balsamic glaze not to worry, balsamic vinegar can also be used
What is Burrata?
Burrata which is also known as Burratina, is an Italian fresh cheese made from cow's milk. It's a handmade cheese that looks very similar to fresh mozzarella cheese as it's in the shape of an around bag with tied closure.
The outer shell casing is a firmer solid cheese made from mozzarella and the inside consists of stracciatella and fresh cream. It’s super creamy, soft, and delicate on the inside with a rich buttery flavor.
How do you eat Burrata cheese?
It's best served at room temperature and pairs well with so many ingredients as the flavour is mild with a creamy texture.
Simply drizzle over extra virgin olive oil with a sprinkle of salt and black pepper to start. You can then serve with fruits such as peaches, berries or even melon.
It also works well with savory dishes and ingredients such as fresh tomatoes, fresh basil leaves, served on salads, prosciutto, pizza, pasta of course such as spaghetti, the list goes on and on!
How to make Burrata Toast
Time needed: 5 minutes
- Toast bread
Slice bread in half and toast in either a toaster or in a pan with a teaspoon of olive oil
- Add arugula
Add the arugula leaves with a drizzle of olive oil and flaky sea salt
- Add burrata
Cut the burrata and place on top with a drizzle of olive oil
- Add peaches and glaze
Top with the peach slices and a drizzle of balsamic glaze. Enjoy your burrata toast!
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- ½ ciabatta roll
- 100 g burrata cheese
- 1 peach sliced
- 1-2 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
- 1 tablespoon balsamic glaze
- Handful arugula / rocket leaves
- Salt to taste
- Slice bread in half and toast half in either a toaster or in a pan with a teaspoon of olive oil
- Add the arugula leaves with a light drizzle of olive oil and flaky salt
- Cut the creamy burrata cheese and place on top with a light drizzle of olive oil
- Top with the peach slices and a drizzle of balsamic glaze. Enjoy your burrata toast! You can also add red pepper flakes if you like it spicy 🙂