Definitions

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  • noun A fresh Italian cheese made from mozzarella and cream
  • adjective feminine form of burrato#Adjective

Etymologies

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From Italian burrata

Examples

  • The burrata was a gorgeous creamy cloud floating atop a rainbow of vegetables that were too bright and crisp to have been bathed for too long in anything, olive oil or otherwise.

    Ame - New American is the New Fusion, IMHO

  • The burrata was a gorgeous creamy cloud floating atop a rainbow of vegetables that were too bright and crisp to have been bathed for too long in anything, olive oil or otherwise.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • For instance, patrons can look for a cheese the staff will make in house by stuffing mozzarella with ricotta and cream (it's called burrata).

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • Another spectacular dish is the "burrata" cheese, served with prosciutto and tomatoes.

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  • Chop one-quarter of a "burrata" ball and stir it in briskly until the cheese melts and gets stringy.

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  • Tomato risotto with "burrata": Make a plain risotto and when it's done, stir in peeled, seeded, chopped tomatoes off the heat.

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  • So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

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