If you enjoy a caprese salad, try this tomato burrata salad. Ripe tomatoes, olives and creamy burrata cheese make a delicious and easy summer salad packed full of flavour.
When tomatoes are in season, or you come across a ball of burrata cheese, this low carb salad should be on the top of your list to make!
What is burrata cheese?
Burrata cheese is a better mozzarella! It’s a soft ball with a creamy centre. Made with a thin skin of mozzarella, the filling is a mixture of fresh cream and mozzarella curds.
The flavour of burrata is creamier and buttery than mozzarella. It's like a luxurious version of mozzarella!
Although mozzarella is vegetarian friendly, burrata is not due to the rennet used to make it. If you want to check your cheeses or their carbs, here's a list of over 70 types. https://ketovegetarianrecipes.com/carbs-cheese/
How do you make tomato burrata salad?
The key to this simple salad is the freshest ingredients you can find. This is an easy and colourful salad to make with just a few ingredients.
- Tomatoes - Heirloom and cherry tomatoes are used in this recipe but it can be a mix of any type. They must be fresh and in season for the best flavour.
- Burrata cheese - Creamy and ripe.
- Olives - This recipe has used green and black olives but this is entirely optional. I had a jar of juicy olives looking lonely in the kitchen!
- Basil Leaves - Enhances the tomatoes and burrata.
- Olive oil and balsamic vinegar - The best quality you can find really does make a difference.
You can layer the ingredients or arrange them artfully on a plate. As you can see by the photos I've gone for the more "rustic" appearance! Drizzle with olive oil, balsamic vinegar and scatter basil leaves. Season with a good quality salt and black pepper. Then devour!
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Tomato Burrata Salad
- 2 large Heirloom tomatoes sliced
- ½ cup cherry tomatoes halved
- ½ cup olives pitted, green, black or mixed
- ¼ cup basil leaves
- 1 ball Burrata cheese
- 3 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar sugar free if possible
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ½ teaspoon black pepper
- Place the tomatoes on an medium plate.
- Scatter the olives over the tomatoes.
- Tear the Burrata into pieces and scatter over the tomatoes.
- Drizzle the olive oil and balsamic vinegar over the salad.
- Sprinkle with basil leaves and season with salt and pepper.
- Serve immediately.
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