Country: VT USA
Treatment/Milk : Cow
THE FLAVOR EXPERIENCE
One of mankind's highest achievements (and guiltiest pleasures!) in the medium of curds and cream. What's the difference between burrata and mozarella? Burrata is made from fresh mozzarella curd, which is kneaded and stretched before being formed into a pouch-like shape. The cheesemakers at Maplebrrok farm then fill the middle with a mixture of thick heavy cream and strings of mozzarella called "stracciatella." The result is a sweet, decadent, and buttery cream that oozes forth when cut into, perfect to eat as an appetizer, on pizza, or with other recipes.
Recipe Suggestions: caprese salad, peaches, grilled asparagus, honey and strawberries
Pairing Suggestions: Prosecco, Pinot Grigio, wheat beers