In need of a quick burrata recipe? I got you! I have the perfect treat that’s a wonderful balance of (slightly) sweet and savory, and perfect for anytime of the day: Prosciutto Burrata and Hot Honey Toast.
If you’re into dipping, then you’ll love my Tomato and Garlic Confit with Burrata, recipe!
What Makes This Prosciutto Burrata and Hot Honey Toast So Special?
For starters, its ease in preparation. Simply toast to desired crispiness and it’s a quick assembly of ingredients.
Another reason I love this toast so much is because of the peculiar yet absolutely perfect balance of flavors the hot honey, imparts on the burrata and prosciutto.
What is Burrata?
Burrata is cow’s milk Italian cheese made of mozzarella and cream. Often mistaken for mozzarella, burrata differs in that what’s inside of the ball is creamy, buttery, soft, stringy cheese.
Hot Honey? Please Explain
Hot honey is essentially honey with a spicy kick infusion and many are embracing the oomph this condiment gives your eats. Hot honey can be drizzled on biscuits, pepperoni pizza, fried chicken, ice cream (don’t knock it ‘till you try it), oh–and this Prosciutto and Burrata Toast.
Just 7 Easy Ingredients and Very Easy Prep
As mentioned, there’s not a whole lot of prep involved. Aside from toasting the bread, it’s a simple stack of the following ingredients:
- Toasted Sourdough Bread
- Hot Honey
- Quality Olive Oil
- Flaky Salt
- Fresh Cracked Pepper
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Prosciutto Burrata and Hot Honey Toast
- 2 slices sourdough bread, toasted
- 4 slices prosciutto
- 1½ ounces burrata
- 2 teaspoons hot honey
- 2 teaspoons quality olive oil or desired amount
- Flaky salt to taste
- Fresh cracked pepper to taste
- Toast sliced bread to desired crispiness.
- Layer prosciutto atop toast.
- Cut through burrata and scoop out the creamy inside. Lightly place on top of prosciutto.
- Drizzle with olive oil followed by hot honey.
- Finish with a sprinkle of flaky salt and fresh cracked pepper.