Burrata Bomb

Decadent Italian eating at it’s best! Be the star of the next potluck with this fantastic messy appetizer…Pairs beautifully with a big Italian red wine.

Serves: A Crowd
Ready In: 15 minutes

1 round loaf Italian Calabrese bread 6 pieces prosciutto, chopped 2 cups diced tomatoes ½ cup finely chopped arugula ¼ cup olive oil 2 tbsp minced fresh basil 1 clove garlic, minced 250g Burrata cheese 2 tbsp balsamic reduction

Cooking Instructions:
Cut a circle out of the round loaf leaving 1-inch perimeter and not cutting through the bottom. Remove circle and cube bread for serving. Meanwhile, in small frying pan over medium high heat, sauté prosciutto until crispy; set aside. In medium bowl combine, tomatoes, arugula, olive oil, basil and garlic; set aside until ready to assemble. To assemble, place hollowed loaf on serving platter, drizzle with balsamic reduction and set cheese in centre; top with tomato mixture and sprinkle with crispy prosciutto. Serve with extra bread and a couple knives to release the delicious creamy filling and spoons to scoop and load onto the torn bread!