Summertime means a lot of different things to all of us. For me, I enjoy being elbows deep in peach juice. The East Coast isn't quite like the West when it comes to access to produce, so stone fruit is something I look forward to year after year.
Something I did not grow up with is burrata. But no worries, I'm making up for lost time.
What is burrata? Burrata is a lot like fresh mozzarella, but with a cream filled center. Once you cut through the skin of the cheese, the oozy center flows out. It's so simple, yet indulgent.
And I think burrata goes really well with stone fruit. So try putting it together. You don't need this exact combination of fruit, but see what's new at your supermarket + try them out in this quick recipe below.
Stone fruit burrata (serves two)
- 1 peach, pitted + sliced
- 6 cherries, cut in half + pitted
- Fresh currants
- 2 balls of burrata
- 2 tablespoons balsamic
- Fresh mint
- Place the burrata in a bowl (you can also split this between two bowls like I did!).
- Split the burrata in half, allowing the center to ooze out.
- Top with the peaches, cherries + currants. Pour the balsamic over everything + garnish with fresh mint.