Burratina is a fresh Italian cheese, made from mozzarella and cream. Smaller in size to the more typical burrata, the flavour and different textures of the inside and outside make it go well with salad, prosciutto crudo, crusty bread, fresh tomatoes with olive oil and cracked black pepper or pasta.
Burrata, meaning ‘buttered’ in Italian, is a dreamy fresh cheese that consists of a Mozzarella pouch, rather than a ball, filled with a delicate milky-mousse. When you bite into it, the filling gently oozes out. Delicious!
A delicacy from the Murgia region of Puglia, it is considered a modern cheese as it was first produced commercially in the 1920s by the Bianchini family in Andria. Due to its freshness, it has a short self-life.
Il Casaro intends to create new fillings to tantalize you with. Wonderful in salads, with tomatoes and crusty bread, or atop pasta and spaghetti.
Made in Apulia, South of Italy
1 carton contains 6 pieces of approximately 120g each