If you love tasty food and you love trying new Italian regional dishes then you absolutely must try our Apulian Burrata from Andria IGP.
Prepared according to the traditional Apulian method by Andriese cheese masters.
Unforgettable taste. Synthesis of a perfect balance. An embrace of spun dough that wraps a soft heart of cream and thin slices of mozzarella.
Our Apulian burrata is a treasure of goodness.
You can enjoy it just on the plate with olive oil and tomatoes or in the kitchen for more complex preparations.
Considered one of the most delicious specialties of the Apulian culinary tradition and a must for those visiting our generous land.
What is burrata?
Burrata is a dairy product, as already mentioned, typical of Puglia. It is a stretched cured cheese very similar to mozzarella but filled with an exquisite and creamy filling with “stracciatella from Puglia”. (cream with thin slice of mozzarella paste).
Our Apulian burrata has the PGI mark: Protected Geographical Indication produced with 100% Italian milk.
The IGP mark distinguishes the quality agricultural and food products typical of a specific geographical area.
In fact, the IGP burrata is produced respecting precise rules dictated by the specification: raw materials, packaging, production phases, characteristics of the wrapping and filling, ingredients, etc.
This means that you will have the certainty of tasting the real Apulian burrata and not an imitation.
How to eat burrata?
The best way to enjoy Oilalà Apulian burrata is to eat it as it is with a drizzle of Coratina Oilalà extra virgin olive oil, a few cherry tomatoes and some fresh basil leaves.
Despite this, you can also consume the Apulian burrata in richer and more particular preparations such as: pizzas, first courses, side dishes, etc.
Name / Sales denomination: Burrata, weight 500g – Gastronomic preparation based on fresh stretched cheese filled with strings of stretched mozzarella paste and cream
Ingredients: raw milk, cream 20% (milk), salt, rennet. Acidity regulator: citric acid
Origin of milk: ITALY
Storage: in the refrigerator at max 4 ° C
Nutritional values for burrata (per 100gr of product): 231KCal – Fat 20g (of which saturated 14.1); Proteins: 10.84g; Carbohydrates 1.9g of which sugars 1.9; Salt: 0.6g
Restriction of use: contains allergens, not suitable for people with lactose intolerance
Packaging compliance: The burrata arrives in special refrigerated containers to ensure freshness and integrity to its destination. The packaging is suitable for contact with food as required by the D.M. 21/03/1973 and subsequent amendments and additions and to EC Reg. 1935/2004.
Shelf life: 8 days in unopened package