The word stracciatella derives from the Italian verb “stracciare” (to tear up) because the shredded pieces of fiordilatte of which it is made are shredded by hand in the creation phase and immersed in fresh cream..
Stracciatella is in fact the tasty and creamy filling of burrata.
It can be used as a table product, to enrich elaborate dishes and to decorate pizzas, bruschettas, antipastos and other Mediterranean dishes.
- Ingredients: cow's milk, salt, rennet and cream
- Formats:by weight