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Nadia

Great posting! Especially the mouth-watering photos.

Geneve

Wow, I just discovered burrata - it never even occured to me to try my hand at actually making it. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I think you've just provided me with my next weekend project!

valerie

is this hard to make?

Philip

Great post! Thanks!

Erica

My new love affair with this cheese from heaven began at Trattoria del Arte in New York City. I ordered it by accident and now would drive 4 hours there and back just for my FIX! I can not believe that you just shared how to make it. I thank you from the bottom of my heart and my doctor has other sentiments. Hee Hee can't wait to try my hand at this. I will become a goddess if I can actually make it work! I'll let ya know.


Erica-

Deb in KY

I've started making my own mozzarella and now planning to try Burrata. Is there any reason I can't use my own mozzarella curd for this? Do you know what stage of of cheese-making the store-bought "curd" is at so I can adjust my recipe? Ie. Is it just the curds before heating and stretching?

Thanks so much for the recipe: I'm really fired up to try making it for my home use!

Deb Hall
Owner
Gourmet For Everyone
Louisville, KY

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It is just like yours, minus the snacks in rooms. We each go to our beds and read or look at books, they may play something quietly on their bed or they may rest. After one hour, it seems we are refreshed and restored and happy to see each other!

Kitchen unit

I can't believe you share just how to do it. Thank you from the bottom of my heart and my doctor has other feelings. Hee cannot wait to try my instead.

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Step-By-Step Guide to Making Burrata

  • Burrata
    In this pictorial guide, you'll learn how to make burrata, a delicious Italian cheese that is incredibly rich, soft, and delicious. We recommend that you make this with someone special - go ahead, get your hands all wet and messy. It's the feeling that makes it fun!

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