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Quick, easy, and delicious. This burrata appetizer takes about 10 minutes to prepare with just 5 simple ingredients. It's the easiest party appetizer you've ever made and you won't believe how delicious this classic flavor combination is!
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- It's SO easy. Start your party off right with this super simple appetizer! There are no fancy kitchen gadgets required and zero kitchen skills necessary. 5 ingredients and about 10 minutes is all it takes to get this delicious, cheesy appetizer on the table.
- It's SO delicious. It seems really simple, but the flavor combo is fantastic. Cool, creamy burrata contrasts beautifully with the slightly warmed, garlic infused olive oil. The fresh chopped parsley elevates the flavors and adds a brightness to the dish. Crispy, crunchy crostini is the perfect vehicle to combine it all together!
- It's the perfect party appetizer. Party food doesn't have to be intricate and difficult to make. Keep it simple with this quick and easy appetizer - and your guests will be fighting over who gets the last spoonful! Pro tip: It's best to make a double batch of this recipe so you don't have to break up any brawls.
Add thinly sliced garlic and heat over low heat for 5 minutes.
Brush each slice with olive oil on one side.
Broil for 1-2 minutes or until dark golden brown. Flip bread over and brush the other side with olive oil. Broil for 1-2 minutes or until dark golden brown.
Place burrata in a small, shallow serving dish. Pour garlic and olive oil over burrata.
Garnish with fresh parsley and serve with crostini.
- Get a good quality olive oil. I dive a little deeper into choosing the right olive oil over on my Olive Oil Bread Dip post. Basically you're looking for something organic and cold pressed. It doesn't have to cost $20 for a bottle. But you're investing in the flavor and when olive oil is basically the main ingredient you definitely want to get something with a taste that you enjoy.
- Slice fresh garlic. Skip the jarred stuff on the shelf at your grocery store. And opt for a freshly sliced clove of garlic. You won't be sorry and the extra minute that it takes you to slice it will be totally worth it! There is no competition when it comes to fresh sliced garlic over jarred garlic.
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