Sometimes we like to experiment new dishes and new pairings. This is exactly like the following recipe. In Denmark, the season of fresh lumpfish roe has arrived, and you can find it in every fish department. If you are thinking about bringing a taste of Italy on your table, while still emphasising the Danish lumpfish season, we suggest you to pair lumpfish roe with an Italian burrata. We believe this match is a winning choice, isn’t it?Continue reading “Italy meets Denmark: Burrata and Fresh Lumpfish Roe Toasts”
This quick homemade tomato soup is a perfect summertime dish, especially if you happen to find ripe and juicy tomatoes (like the Italian ones :-)). The soup it’s equally good hot or chilled. And if you want to give your dish a taste of Italy add slices of Burrata.
Burrata is a delicious fresh Italian cheese composed by mixing mozzarella and cream.
The outer layer is a thin and firm shell of mozzarella, on the other hand the inside is a doughy and tender mixture, called stracciatella, made with fresh cream and mozzarella’s snippets. This cheese was created in the Southern regions of Italy, known for farming and agriculture.
Now the burrata is easily sourced in many cities outside Italy; in Copenhagen you will find it at Eataly store or made by La treccia.