Burrini e burrata di bufala

Burrini and burrata di bufala are two traditional dairy products from the Campania region of Italy. These products can be found in various towns and communes in Campania, such as Aversa, Caserta, and Battipaglia. Burrini is a type of fresh cheese made from buffalo milk, while burrata di bufala is a creamy cheese made from a mix of mozzarella and cream, also from buffalo milk.

One popular recipe using burrata di bufala is a simple and delicious Caprese salad, made with ripe tomatoes, fresh basil, and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. Another recipe using burrini is a classic Neapolitan dish called “pasta e patate,” which is a pasta and potato soup with a creamy and rich texture from the addition of burrini.

Both burrini and burrata di bufala have received PAT (Traditional Agri-food Product) recognition, which signifies their traditional production methods and ties to the local culture and history of Campania. These products must adhere to specific specifications in order to receive this recognition, ensuring their authenticity and quality.

– “Burrini di Bufala Campana DOP” – www.campaniacheesedop.it
– “Burrata di Bufala Campana DOP” – www.campaniacheesedop.it