I recently took a love language test, but I’m skeptical of the results. My score read something other than Burrata Pizza.
If you haven’t tried burrata cheese yet, it’s sure to be your sweet siren song too. It’s rich, creamy, and if you can stop yourself from inhaling the entire ball for long enough to scatter it over a pizza crust and pop it into an oven, it makes the most fantastic pizza pie.
This burrata pizza is part recipe/part frame of mind. I’ve included my favorite toppings, which you can stick with or ignore. You can bake it with a tomato-based pizza sauce, as we usually do, or swap it out and make a pesto burrata pizza instead.
OR don’t choose. Make a tomato sauce burrata pizza, then drizzle some pesto over the top. When you are eating a burrata pizza, it really does feel like you can have it all.
I’ve also included a few key tips for burrata pizza success. I’ll say this again below for emphasis, but when you are making a classic Italian pizza like this one, my biggest tip is: DO NOT OVERDO IT ON THE TOPPINGS.
We Americans like to supreme our pizzas. With burrata pizza, restraint is the move. Keep it all about the burrata itself.
Ideas: Some blistered cherry tomatoes. Maybe some prosciutto and a handful of arugula. Drizzle on a balsamic reduction if you absolutely must. Just keep it simple and classic. Velvety, lightly sweet, and unadulterated burrata floating atop a crispy, chewy crust will be your reward. (more…)
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