What is mozzarella?
Mozzarella is a fresh, semi-soft cheese with a delicate, milky flavor and a stringy texture. Mozzarella is made with a pasta filata technique where the curd is kneaded and pulled to give it an elastic texture. While fresh mozzarella is often added to pizza, it can also be served on pasta, salads, and sandwiches.
What is burrata?
Burrata is a fresh cheese made with an outer shell of mozzarella and an interior made with fresh mozzarella curd and fresh cream. Burrata is most often eaten alone or on bread or salad.
What is burrata cheese's history?
Burrata was first made in the 20th century in the Apulia region of Italy, where it was originally a way of making use of leftovers from the cheese-making process.
Which is more popular: burrata vs. mozzarella?
As one of the world's best-selling cheeses, mozzarella is the winner here, hands down.