Burrata and Roasted Tomatoes
Dec 13, 2021, Updated Mar 06, 2023
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This recipe is sponsored by NatureSweet®.
Few things warm the soul like a bold and flavorful home-cooked Italian meal. If you need some robust flavor in your life, give our Burrata and Roasted Tomatoes a try! Made with NatureSweet Glorys® and Cherubs® and featuring crispy bread and delectable cheese, this treat makes a perfect snack or appetizer.
How to Make Burrata and Roasted Tomatoes
This dish is full of savory cheesy flavor and is surprisingly easy to make! You’ll start by halving your NatureSweet® tomatoes then coating them in a seasoning mixture. Now they’re ready to roast along with some garlic cloves.
While the tomatoes are in the oven, prep the baguette with some olive oil and bake it until it’s delightfully crispy. The bread and tomatoes can be cooked at the same temperature and should be ready to come out of the oven within a few minutes of each other. When the tomatoes come out of the oven, squeeze the roasted garlic cloves out of their skins and mash them with some olive oil.
Serve this dippable dish by placing the burrata cheese in a shallow bowl, then adding the tomatoes and garlic oil around and on top of it. You can then arrange the baguette slices around the sides of the bowl or serve them on a separate plate. Your friends and family will love scooping gooey cheese and bold tomatoes all over them!
Family Favorites from NatureSweet®
The best homemade recipes deserve the best ingredients. That’s why we love using NatureSweet® tomatoes in each of ours! NatureSweet Cherubs® are perfectly poppable grape tomatoes. While they can make a juicy, bite-sized treat, they’re also ideal for cooking into recipes like this Burrata and Roasted Tomatoes. NatureSweet Glorys® are larger cherry tomatoes and are practically begging to be cooked into creative and classic recipes.
So what’s the secret to these tasty tomatoes? NatureSweet® knows that to grow the best produce, they need to do what’s right. They’re committed to supporting and empowering the people who make these tomatoes possible, from expert growers to supply chain workers and beyond. Cultivation innovation and sustainable farming practices mean NatureSweet® can pay it forward and treat the planet right, too. These are good tomatoes that you can feel good about eating!
What did your guests think of your Burrata and Roasted Tomatoes? Did it become a household favorite? Let us know in the comments!
Burrata and Roasted Tomatoes
- 5 tbsp olive oil split into 2 and 3 tbsp, plus more for drizzling
- 1 tbsp white wine vinegar
- 3/4 tsp sea salt
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- 2 10-oz pkg NatureSweet Glorys® halved
- 1 10-oz pkg NatureSweet Cherubs® halved
- 4 whole garlic cloves still in skin
- 1 baguette sliced
- 1 10-oz ball burrata cheese
- Basil leaves, flaky salt and freshly ground pepper for serving
- Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Line a sheet pan with parchment paper.
- In a large bowl, whisk together 2 tablespoons olive oil, white wine vinegar, salt and pepper. Mix in the Cherubs® and Glorys® and gently stir to coat. Arrange the tomatoes, cut side up with the garlic cloves on the sheet pan.
- Roast the tomatoes and garlic for 25-30 minutes until the tomatoes are wrinkled, but still juicy.
- For the bread, arrange the baguette slices on another sheet pan. Drizzle with olive oil and bake for 8-10 minutes. Turn over the bread and bake for another 8-10 minutes. The bread should be toasted.
- Once the tomatoes have finished roasting, squeeze the roasted garlic out of its skins into a small bowl. Mash it with a fork and whisk with 3 tablespoons olive oil.
- To serve, place the burrata in a wide shallow bowl (or a rimmed serving platter). Arrange the tomatoes around the cheese and pour the garlic olive oil on top and sprinkle with basil leaves. Season with flaky sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. Serve with toasted bread.
- You can also slice and tear the burrata and spoon around the tomatoes to serve if you want.
- You may need to drizzle on more olive oil depending how you serve the burrata and tomatoes
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.