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Burratina with Truffle

Weight: 125

Cheese Type: Curd cheese, Spun paste

For all your truffle lovers, I have just the product to satisfy your palate. First produced by the Bianchini Family in the Puglia region in the 1920s, Burratina is prepared as a Mozzarella. The difference is its white filled paste gets some pieces of cream inside called stracciatelle. Now, this Truffle Burratina has its stracciatelle sparkled with Black Truffle fragments.

Soft, creamy, and delicate, this Burratina – smallest version of Burrata – is perfect to eat as an appetizer or on its own.
Cooking tip : This cheese is perfect with fresh pasta and a simple butter sauce, but even on a cheese platter, in a Caprese sandwich, this truffle burratina is undoubtedbly going to be the star of any dish.

Store it in the refrigerator for up to its best-by date. If you open the package but won’t use it all at once, transfer the liquid to an airtight container for a day or two.

Wine Pairing:

White wines (Sauvignon Blanc, Cotes du Roussillon, Sancerre)

Pasteurized
Cow
Full
Suitable for Pregnant

Average Retail Price in Singapore: SGD 18

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