The burrata is a fresh Italian cheese made from mozzarella and cream. The outer shell is mozzarella solid cheese, while the interior contains both mozzarella and cream, which gives a smooth and unusual texture. The burratina are two burratas in a format of 125 gr
Usually it is served fresh, at room temperature with extra Virgin olive oil. The name "burrata" means "buttered" in Italian. When the Burrata is cut into slices, get your cream thickened cream (cream). The cheese has a rich buttery flavor and retains its fresh milk. It is best when eaten within 24 hours. The flavor and the different textures of the inside and outside make it go well with salad and crusty bread, prosciutto, fresh tomatoes with olive oil and pepper or cracked black pasta. Cool in a table can be used to cut with a large knife.