Peach Brulee Burrata Bruschetta
Halfway between sweet and savory, these bruleed peaches on toast with Burrata cheese are the perfect appetizer for summer entertaining.
Incredible! While looking for a new appetizer recipe, I found this one and was thinking that those herbs don't sound like they would be good with peaches... so of course I had to try it. Wow! I did have to make some changes, because I live in the middle of nowhere and wanted to make it for a dinner party tomorrow night. First, I think the nearest "herbs de Provence" are in a Wegman's a 4 hour round trip from here. so.... I had to make my own with some fresh herbs from my garden and a few dried ones that I had. I didn't have any savory, nor do they carry it at our local grocery, so that was left out. I do have Celtic Sea Salt. I don't know how far I would have to go for burrata cheese, but was able to get some marscapone locally. Luckily, farms are abundant here so I was able to get some really good peaches, and I always have turbinado sugar. Anyway. Wow. Every bite is a great experience. Just... the salt with the sweet cheese... and then you get a hint of lavender from the herbs. Wow. Try it
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This bruschetta will turn out every time you make it. Use small slices of bread for a unique appetizer, or serve with Italian dishes.