Burrata is a fresh and stretched-curd cheese with a very soft and creamy texture. It comes from the province of Bari, where it has been produced since the very first decades of the Nineteenth century, and it’s one of the most traditional regional products.
Burrata di Puglia has been produced manually by filling its outer shell with a creamy mix of mozzarella and cream, also known as stracciatella. After that, the smooth pouch-looking burrata is left to cool down and is then ready for packaging. Burrata di Puglia looks like a smooth and white sphere, with a creamy and soft heart.