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As mentioned here yesterday, I ate the most delicious burrata salad while in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday. The first time I ever ate this creamy, melt-in-your-mouth cheese was at our menu tasting. We chose that salad for the wedding, and numerous people commented on how amazing it tasted. Burrata is definitely a guilty pleasure, as it’s made with fresh mozzarella and cream. It sort of resembles an egg, which made me nervous at first, but after my first bite, I was sold. Sasha and I decided that we’re going to try the burrata dishes at the following amazing Houston restaurants. Some of these are even on my Best of Houston: Restaurants and Coffee list, while others we haven’t tried yet. I’m so excited for this endeavor. Have you ever tried burrata cheese?

Da Marco: Burrata di “Puglia”, Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Mockingbird Bistro: Local Tomatoes and Burrata Mozzarella Tian

Rainbow Lodge: Heirloom Tomato Salad (with burrata cheese)

Coppa Ristorante: Burrata, campari tomatoes, coppa (order without for veggies!), arugula, olive oil, sea salt

Tony’s: Burrata Carbonara

Backstreet Cafe: Heirloom Tomato Salad, Burrata, Kalamata olives, Basil

Up: Buffala Mozzarella Caprese

Ciao Bello: Burrata Caprese

Sparrow: Heirloom Tomato and Burrata Salad

Photo from A Nutritionist Eats blog

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  1. i just made a salad with it on friday and love it too! i’ve had that salad at Up! Delish. will have to try out the others now!

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