Adam D'Sylva's Heirloom Tomatoes and Burrata
This fresh cheese resembles Mozzarella but once sliced open you will be delighted to discover a rich-tasting, soft filling of fresh pieces of Mozzarella and cream. Like any Mozzarella, Burrata pairs perfectly with tomatoes, making this a perfect summer salad.
Sea Salt Flakes and Ground Pepper (to taste)
Wash the basil and tomatoes well under cold water.
Chop the tomatoes in half and place in a serving dish with the basil leaves.
Place the Burrata on top.
Dress with balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper
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