- 1/4 c. Cherry tomatoes, multi-colored, halved
- 1 T. Balsamic vinegar
- 1 t. Extra-virgin olive oil
- 1/4 t. Kosher salt
- 1/8 t. Black pepper, freshly ground
- 1/2 ea. Avocados From Mexico, pitted and peeled
- 1 ea. Sourdough boule, slice, thick-cut and toasted
- 1 ea. Burrata, 2-oz. rounds
- 1 T. Citrus Basil Avocado Mousse
- 1 T. Basil chiffonade, fresh
How to make Avocado Burrata Toast
- Place cherry tomatoes in a medium bowl and mix with vinegar, olive oil, salt, and pepper. (Marinated tomatoes can hold, refrigerated, for up to 24 hours.)
- Slice each avocado into quarters.
- Build each toast by assembling in the following order: toasted sourdough, avocado, smashed and spread over toast, drained and marinated cherry tomatoes, burrata, Citrus Basil Avocado Mousse, basil chiffonade.
- Serve immediately.
Avocado toast with burrata cheese is a remarkable spin on the classic avocado toast recipe — it can’t go wrong. The creaminess of the avocado pairs perfectly with the milky, buttery flavor of the burrata cheese. Plus, it’s an easy-to-make recipe that’s perfect for at-scale prep.
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What is burrata?
Burrata is an Italian cheese made from cow milk. It has an outer shell made from solid mozzarella, while the inside contains stracciatella cheese and cream.
How do you serve burrata?
Burrata can be served many ways. Our favorite way to serve burrata is on a slice of sourdough with avocado and other ingredients. It can be dressed up or down easily.
What does burrata taste like?
Many people describe burrata having a milky, buttery taste that's rich, but subtle at the same time. These flavors combine wonderfully with the nutty, buttery flavor of a ripe and creamy avocado.
How long does burrata keep?
Burrata cheese is best consumed within two to three days and should be kept in the refrigerator. It has a relatively short shelf life compared to other cheeses.