Burrata with Reduced Balsamic Glaze

The easiest Burrata recipe is also in my view, the most delicious. A simple caprese salad with a Burrata split with a sweet tangy reduced balsamic glaze and a generous drizzle of extra virgin olive oil- need I say more? Just dip into it with some crusty sourdough bread and its a match made in heaven. Minimal effort and maximum taste- and it looks awesome too. Check out the simple recipe below @sarchakra

PREP TIME: 8 mins

COOK TIME: 0 mins

YIELDS: Serves 2


  • Burrata 8 oz
  • Sea salt to taste
  • Black pepper 1 tsp, coarsely cracked
  • Tomato 1, large, cut into rings
  • Onion 1, medium, cut into rings
  • Basil a few, chiffonade plus for garnish
  • Extra virgin olive oil as needed
  • Reduced balsamic (see below)


  • Arrange the tomato and onion slices on a plate. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Top with the basil chiffonade. Add the burrata cheese and gently cut open.
  • Drizzle with the reduced balsamic glaze and olive oil.
  • Garnish with the rest of the basil.

Reduced Balsamic

  • Balsamic vinegar ½ cup
  • Honey 3 tbsp


  • Combine the balsamic vinegar and honey in a pan. Bring to a simmer.
  • Cook on a medium flame for about 10 mins till reduced. Cool completely.

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Burrata with Reduced Balsamic Glaze

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