Burrata is an Italian cheese that looks similar to mozzarella, but there is more to it than just mozzarella. Inside this ball is a delicious cream that delicately oozes out once you break the outer layer. These two cheeses are cousins, both coming from the southern part of Italy but from different regions. But we don't want to dwell on their family tree, because there is something more important waiting for us.
These pizza slices, already baked and warm, are topped with burrata, Parma ham and pan-roasted figs in balsamic vinegar and Marsala wine. The flavors are outstanding! To make things easy, you can just use baked white pizzas from your local baker or get prepared dough from the supermarket. But of course, the taste of homemade pizza is better sometimes. If you are interested in making pizza from scratch, then see the recipe below.
Note: Don't let the burrata sit too long on the pizza, because the pizza can become soggy.
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