Burrata Salad with Peas coated in homemade parsley infused oil is one of the healthiest, light, easy, and delicious recipes to make at home. A flavourful and creamy salad to enjoy any time of the day.
Creamy Burrata cheese in salads is something I always crave for. I simply adore this soft, tangy, and delicious burrata cheese that tastes so great in many salads. If you have made roasted meat, then a burrata salad with some peas will nicely complete it.
This salad is one of my inventions, and you know what? It is fabulous and tasty.
I adore to experience with ingredients, and burrata is one of those easy ingredients that nicely pair with many fresh veggies. Burrata and tomatoes, burrata with avocado, burrata with reddish, or any other raw vegetables you have will pair great with burrata cheese.
I adore salads and try to eat as many as possible. Definitely, a burrata salad wins my heart instantly and forever.
The best of this salad, with no words to be described, is the easy and aromatic parsley infused oil that coats all the ingredients and makes this salad bursting flavours and aroma. This simple to make parsley oil is a must for this salad if you want to taste burrata at another level. Definitely, you can easily use extra virgin olive oil, but this quick to make parsley oil will take your dish up to a higher taste and aspect.
How to make the parsley infused oil?
Add a handful of parsley to the hand blender with ½ cup of olive oil and one clove of garlic. Mix well until all the ingredients have incorporated and looked like a vibrant liquid paste. Adjust sea salt at the taste. Drain through the sieve, and the obtained oil is ready to be served over the salad.
For note: you can make more amount of this tasty parsley infused oil and freeze it for some weeks. Pour over to any salads you make. It only will enhance the taste, aroma, and colours of your salads.
Do you drain burrata?
Well, it is optional. For example, I don’t drain it and use it directly to any of my salads. However, you can quickly drain it for some minutes and clean it with kitchen paper to avoid excess water. I adore this creamy burrata cheese and try to use it in many of my salads. You can also check some of my burrata recipes, such as:
How is burrata different from mozzarella?
Mozzarella and Burrata resemble much, while Mozzarella is harder and from crud cheese, while burrata is softer, creamier, and flavourful. Both these pieces of cheese are made of cows’ milk.
Burrata cheese oozes out when sliced, and that creamy texture is simply fabulous and tasty.
How to make Burrata salad with peas?
Making colourful and tasty salads at home is way healthy and fun. I adore salads, and this is the point. I want to discover more recipes that aren’t just healthy and easy but also look bright and exciting.
Why burrata with peas? Well, the answer is simple – I had some fresh peas, one burrata cheese, some cheery, and parsley. You may find these simple ingredients in almost any housewives’ fridge.
I have decided to combine them, and you know what? It succeeded. The salad was mouth-watering.
- One piece of burrata cheese
- 1 cup of peas
- Some cherry
- A bunch of parsley
- One clove of garlic
- Olive oil
- Seasoning at taste
While you have made the parsley infused oil, see the recipe above, start with layering the salad. Here the process is simple and easy as you just need to cut halves the cheery or use them whole as you wish. Place burrata cheese among the cherry, add the peas and pour the flavourful parsley oil over. That’s it. Simple but truly fabulous, a creamy and healthy salad to simply enjoy any time of the day.
Dreamy Burrata Salad with Peas
- hand blender
- 1 burrata cheese
- 1 cup peas
- 10 cherry tomatoes
- 1 clove garlic
- 1/2 cup olive oil
How to make parsley infused oil:
- bunch parsley
- 1 clove garlic
- 1/2 cup olive oil
- How to make parsley infused oil: blend a handful of parsley with ½ cup of olive oil and one clove of garlic. Mix well until all the ingredients have incorporated and look like a vibrant liquid paste. Adjust sea salt at the taste. Drain through the sieve, and the obtained oil is ready to be served over the salad.
- Now, start to make the salad. Cut halves cheery tomatoes and layer nicely on a plate.
- Place burrata cheese among the cherry, add the peas and pour the flavourful parsley oil over.
- Enjoy immediately.