Fig Carpaccio w/Burrata Cheese

Easy, Yet Elegant Appetizer of Fig Carpaccio w/Burrata Cheese

This recipe works great as an appetizer or main course over the holidays.

Sweet, salty, with a nice crunch from the walnuts that balances out the balsamic vinegar which makes this recipe spot on awesome.

fig carpaccio burrata cheese

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Fig Carpaccio Burrata Cheese
Fig Carpaccio w/ Burrata Cheese
Prep Time
3 mins
Cook Time
8 hrs 15 mins
 
Simple but elegant appetizer that could easily be served as the main course
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: Italian / Spanish
Servings: 1 serving
Author: Steven Pennington
Ingredients
  • 1 Package of store bought Pastrami Classicly, Beef tenderloin is cut thinly and pounded out
  • 1 Ball of Burrata Cheese per serving You could cut in half to stretch the amount or use mozzarella cheese Save some money 🙂
  • Fresh mix of greens/salad
  • 3 Figs Cut into Quarters per serving
  • Drizzle of Honey
  • Drizzle of Balsamic Vinegar
  • Drizzle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Instructions
  1. Take a clean plate and place the pastrami in layered pieces around the plate creating a perfect circle. If using beef tenderloin, place into the freezer for 30 minutes before slicing thinly. The freezer helps set up the beef for easy slicing.
  2. You now have Carpaccio
  3. Take the fresh greens and neatly place in the middle of the Carpaccio/plate.
  4. Place the Burrata Cheese on top of the greens.
  5. Cut the figs into quarters and drizzle honey on top
  6. Place the figs around the Burrata Cheese in a nicely placed fashion and drizzle the figs with balsamic vinegar.
  7. Finish the dish off with good extra virgin olive oil

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Chef Steven Pennington

Chef Steven Pennington

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Le Cordon Bleu Chef sharing food adventures from around the world with a style of cooking rooted in southwestern flavors using French culinary technique.

Fig Carpaccio w/Burrata Cheese

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