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Fresh Burrata Cheese

from United States by Mamma’s Cheese
Item description Temp PRICE PER PIECE Price Qty Sku
4 x 2 oz piece chilled $10.17 $10.17
2205704
6 x 4 pieces, 2 oz ea chilled $60.98 $51.83 $60.98 $51.83
2205708
2 x 4 oz piece chilled $10.17 $10.17
2205701
6 x 2 pieces, 4 oz ea chilled $61.02 $51.87 $61.02 $51.87
2205706
1 x 8 oz piece chilled $10.17 $10.17
2205702
6 x 8 oz pieces chilled $61.02 $61.02
2205707
1 x 16 oz piece chilled $29.87 $29.87
2205705
8 x 8 oz piece chilled $10.17 $81.36
2205711

Fresh Burrata Cheese

Fresh Burrata Cheese is a delicious Italian style cheese, traditionally made into small pouches, each boasting a signature brioche-like top knot. Each sack encases a thick center of creamy cheese that oozes out when you slice into it. The outside is made from mozzarella, still yielding, it’s just dense enough to hold in the silky interior, which is composed of stracciatella and cream. Most commonly made from cow's milk, you’ll sometimes find buffalo milk variants as well.

Spun by masters of the craft, burrata, is made using fresh milk. Woven and shaped by hand artisans achieve the perfect balance for these stretched-curd cheeses by texture and experience. Shaped, filled, and knotted closed, the whole process of creating this very special cheese is done by hand by true masters of the trade. Burrata, complete with its delightful clash of textures and its mild smooth taste is a truly sensational cheese.

Burrata means buttery in Italian, and just like butter, this rich, luscious cheese makes almost any meal taste better, whether it's a salad, pizza, or pasta...However, it's traditionally eaten by itself, perhaps with a drizzle of good olive oil and a small side of basil. The best way to serve fresh burrata is at room temperature. We recommend removing it from the refrigerator at least half an hour prior to enjoying it. When ready to eat, slice along the center of the sack, allowing the creaminess to ooze out. A few pieces of crusty bread will help you clean the plate.

You can buy Burrata cheese online at Gourmet Food Store, prepared and crafted by Mamma’s Cheese from Miami, Florida. They specialize in traditional-style mozzarellas, and all of their burratas are made fresh with an approximate 3 day lead time. We recommend storing your burrata in the refrigerator as soon as you receive it until ready to serve. Made to be enjoyed fresh no aging is necessary, and in fact, the sooner you slice into these tasty cheeses, the better. Boasting cleaner flavors in its youth, be sure not to store your Buratta for longer than a week or two - the sooner it's eaten, the better it will taste!

NOTE: Our fresh Burrata usually ships within 2-3 business days, as it is specially made to order.



Ingredients: Pasteurized Cow’s milk, Heavy cream, Vinegar, Enzymes, Salt.
Storage: Refrigerate for up to 2 weeks
Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.
Name: Burrata
Milk Type: Cow
Texture: Soft
Origin: American

Product Reviews

7/27/2021
Love this buratta! Super soft mozzarella encasing creamy cheese shreds on the inside. I preffer it to the semi hard mozzarella casing ive had when trying other brands of buratta
Dawnia from Ocean Shores, WA
7/14/2021
Good
Thao Anh 🍭 from Wenatchee, WA
3/3/2021
Loved this creamy delicious cheese!
Vicki from CARLSBAD, CA
12/12/2020
Great!
stacy from atlanta, GA
12/11/2020
Nice and creamy. Great drizzled with fig balsamic. Having the 2oz pieces are great.
Pamela from Scottsdale, AZ

Questions and Answers

Q:I was given fresh Burrara mozzarella cheese filled with cream cheese balls , can I freeze this item
A:We would not recommend freezing Burrata cheese as its texture and consistency will very likely get damaged as a result of the freezing process.

Fresh Burrata Cheese Recipes

Prosciutto Ham, Baked Pears and Mozzarella Burrata Appetizer Recipe
Prosciutto Ham, Baked Pears and Mozzarella Burrata Appetizer Recipe
A super easy appetizer that amps up the wow factor! Pears baked in honey and fine Italian balsamic, plus sweet burrata cheese, are rolled up in flavorful prosciutto di parma. Depending on the season, substitute with peaches or figs.
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