A fresh and simple Burrata Salad With Caramelized Peaches is the perfect way to use up all your peaches! It’s basically a next level caprese salad, with more fun ingredients.
Peach season is so in right now! Farmers’ markets are flooded with an abundance of sweet peaches and people are scouring the Internet for fresh peach recipes.
Still looking for your perfect peach recipe? Look no further. This Burrata Salad With Caramelized Peaches is the MVP of peach recipes.
We’re using fresh, juicy peaches to make sweet and tangy caramelized peaches. Pair that with creamy burrata, savory prosciutto, and fresh mint, and we’ve got one of the most beautiful and bright summer salads in the game!
The peaches in this recipe are sooo yummy. I couldn’t stop eating them out of the pan. I almost didn’t have any left for my salad!
Butter, coconut sugar, lemon juice, salt, and vanilla extract are combined to give these caramelized peaches the most delicious flavor. They’re mixed in one bowl, cooked on medium heat in one pan, and ready in just 10 minutes!
If you couldn’t tell by the recipes here on my blog, I’m totally into savory recipes. I mean I have been known to eat a dozen oysters for dessert. But when I get the opportunity to mix savory and sweet, I am ALL about it.
That’s exactly what this peach salad is. Sweet and savory, basically perfection on a plate. Or in a bowl, however you like it.
Savory peach recipes
Recipes with peaches or any other fruit don’t have to be sweet. They can be savory, too. Peaches are just as delicious in savory recipes as they are in sweet recipes like peach pie or peaches and cream.
You can serve thinly sliced peaches with pulled chicken or pulled pork BBQ sandwiches. Or you can top grilled peaches with goat cheese crumbles and a little balsamic drizzle.
There are so many different ways to cook peaches, but here we’re talking about the best way a Burrata Salad With Caramelized Peaches.
The peaches in this recipe are the perfect combination of sweet, tangy, and buttery you’re going to LOVE them!
Ingredients for Burrata Salad
This recipe only calls for 10 ingredients, and a few are pantry staples that you probably already have. For this salad, you will need: burrata cheese, arugula or your favorite mixed greens, thinly sliced prosciutto, fresh mint and basil leaves, peaches, vanilla extract, lemon juice, unsalted butter, and coconut sugar.
If you don’t have coconut sugar on hand, you can substitute it for brown sugar.
All of these ingredients should be easily found at your local grocery store. Make sure you have ripe peaches for this recipe, but not so ripe that they are mushy.
How to make Burrata Salad With Caramelized Peaches
First you’ll want to prepare the ingredients and make the caramelized peaches. Slice the peaches and combine them with sugar, lemon juice, 1/4 tsp of salt, and vanilla extract in a medium sized mixing bowl.
Then, melt the butter in a heavy bottomed pan like a cast iron. Add the peaches and cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally until they begin to turn golden brown.
While the peaches cook, begin assembling the salad. Arrange the arugula, burrata, prosciutto, basil leaves, and mint on a large plate or platter. Season it with salt and pepper, then drizzle with olive oil.
Once the peaches have finished cooking, allow them to cool for 5-10 minutes and then add them to the burrata salad.
You can eat this salad as is or with your favorite protein like blackened shrimp, chicken, or fish. I served mine with a pan seared or grilled chicken breast.
Some questions you might have about this burrata salad:
What’s the difference between fresh mozzarella and burrata? Fresh mozzarella is a fresh, semi-soft cheese made from cow’s milk or buffalo’s milk. It has a milky flavor and elastic texture. It’s also completely solid when you slice it. Burrata has an outer layer of mozzarella, with an inner layer of soft mozzarella scraps and fresh cream. When cut open, the inside sort of oozes out. Yummm.
Where can I find burrata cheese? Most grocery stores have burrata, and sometimes if you’re lucky you’ll find the black truffle burrata which is my absolute favorite! If you can’t find burrata cheese, you can substitute it for mozzarella cheese.
What should I serve with burrata salad? Anything goes with cheese! My favorites are blackened shrimp, Pistachio Crusted Salmon, and Scallops With Spaghetti Squash.
If you bought extra peaches and aren’t sure what else to make with them, try making a Peach Sangria or Peach Ice Cream. It’s summer, and you can never have enough peach recipes on hand!
Or you can just whip up another batch of caramelized peaches and eat them with whipped cream for dessert….no one’s here to judge!
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Caramelized Peach Burrata Salad
- 8 ounces burrata cheese
- 12 ounces baby arugula or mixed greens
- 4 ounces thinly sliced prosciutto torn or cut into 3 inch pieces
- 6-8 fresh torn mint leaves
- 6-8 fresh torn basil leaves
- 2 large peaches pitted and cut into 1 inch slices
- 1/4 cup lemon juice
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 4 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 3 tablespoons coconut sugar
- salt and pepper
- extra virgin olive oil
- Prepare the ingredients: pit and slice the peaches, cut the burrata into quarters, slice the prosciutto, and tear or chop the fresh mint and basil.
- In a medium-sized mixing bowl, combine peaches, sugar, lemon juice, 1/4 tsp of salt, and vanilla extract.
- Melt butter over medium heat in a heavy bottom skillet (like a cast iron). Add peaches and cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally until golden brown.
- While the peaches are cooking arrange the arugula, burrata, prosciutto, basil, and mint on a large plate or platter. Season with salt and pepper and drizzle with olive oil.
- When the peaches are finished cooking, allow them to cool and then add them to the burrata salad.
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