Sun Golds are giving me LIFE these days! This Sun Gold Tomato Caprese with Burrata cheese and toasty breadcrumbs is truly the easiest summer noshing situation ever!
If I could eat nothing but sun gold tomatoes, burrata cheese, some stone fruit and maybe some pizza for the next 4 months, I WOULD BE THRILLED. This Sun Gold Tomato Caprese is true perfection. Sun Golds are what caprese dreams are made of. Next time you see some at your local market, snag a few pints and make this.
If you haven’t heard of Sun Gold Tomatoes before – let me be the first to welcome you to your new go-to tomato. The flavor of Sun Gold tomatoes is superb and gets sweeter the darker it gets. Like many yellow-orange tomatoes, Sun Gold tastes almost fruity and they’re easy to just pop into your mouth, one after the other.
It works as an appetizer if you want to serve with crostini. It can also work as a full meal if you want to just go to town by yourself… which I would highly recommend. No matter what way you slice it, this recipe is one you’ll want on repeat…
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Sun Gold Tomato Caprese with Burrata
Sun Gold Tomatoes are pretty much the end all, be all, when it comes to tomatoes. This Sun Gold Tomato Caprese with Burrata and Breadcrumbs is basically all I want to eat for the rest of time!
- 2-3 pints sun gold tomatoes quartered
- 1-2 balls burrata cheese
- fresh baby basil leaves
- Maldon Sea Salt to taste
- freshly cracked black pepper to taste
- olive oil to garnish
- super thinly sliced toasted crostini
For the Toasted Breadcrumbs
- 1/2 cup panko breadcrumbs
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
Heat the olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add the garlic and sauté for 60 seconds until fragrant. Add the bread crumbs and sauté until toasty. Remove and set aside.
On a platter arrange the balls of burrata torn open with the sun gold tomatoes and top with the additional ingredients. Serve alongside crostini.
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