I’ve said this before,
and I’ll say it again.
I am an absolute SUCKER for Italian cuisine.
I honestly only ever have three staples in my fridge that I can work around for creating easy simple and delicious meals: tomatoes, basil and cheese.
I swear, these are the holy trinity when it comes to cooking for me.
Recently, I’ve been DYING to share this burrata dish I made that’s to die for so here’s the recipe (serves 2-4)
- Cherry Tomatoes, sliced in half (handful)
- Olive Oil (3 tbslps)
- Pesto (1 tblsp)
- Fresh Basil Leaves, finely chopped (two handfuls)
- Himalayan Pink Salt (2 pinches)
- Balsamic Glaze (the one from Trader Joe’s is to die for)
- Burrata (I get the pack from Trader Joe’s which comes with 2)
- Heat olive oil in a large or medium pan on medium heat
- Add tomatoes and basil and roast until they’re slightly collapsed
- Add in pesto and salt and stir
- Pour mixture over the burrata on a plate or serving dish
- Garnish with leftover fresh basil
- Drizzle any amount of balsamic glaze over the dish, like so:
This is literally my favorite appetizer of all time, some times I’ll even have it as a snack. It’s literally so easy to make and the cook time is about 10 minutes. Serve this for guests or for a family meal and you’ll have some satisfied people!
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