Cheese Type: Curd cheese, Spun paste
First produced by the Bianchini Family in the Puglia region in the 1920s, Burratina is prepared as a Mozzarella. The difference is its white filled paste gets some pieces of cream inside called stracciatelle. Soft, creamy, and delicate, the Burratina is perfect to eat as an appetizer.
Now, you may be asking yourself what is the difference between a Burrata and a Burratina? The only difference is the size. However, you seriously need to take it into account. If you are planning a three-course meal, a Burratina served with fresh tomatoes and a drizzle of olive oil would make a lovely appetizer.
White wines (Sauvignon Blanc, Cotes du Roussillon, Sancerre)
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