Tomato, Peach, + Burrata Salad

Tomatoes and peaches are one of my favorite Summer flavor pairings. Here, they are served with creamy burrata for an easy, no-cook recipe that is a crowd pleaser every time. Bring it all together with crusty bread, or even better, grilled bread. Check out the Riffs section underneath the recipe for simple ways to swap ingredients and make it your own.

Tomato, Peach, + Burrata Salad

Tomatoes and peaches are one of my favorite Summer flavor pairings. Here, they are served with creamy burrata for an easy, no-cook recipe that is a crowd pleaser every time. Serve with crusty or grilled bread.

Prep:
10
min
cook:
0
min
total:
10
min
Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 lbs ripe summer tomatoes, cut into wedges. I love heirloom tomatoes.
  • 1 1/2 lbs ripe summer peaches (or any other stone fruit) cut into wedges
  • 8 ounce ball of burrata
  • extra virgin olive oil, flaky salt, and chopped fresh herbs such as basil, parsley, or marjoram for serving
Instructions
  1. Arrange sliced tomatoes and peaches on serving platter. Break burrata into large pieces and arrange pieces on top of salad.
  2. Generously drizzle with good quality extra virgin olive oil, and few pinches of flaky salt. Top with chopped fresh herbs.
  3. Serve with crusty baguette slices, or even better, grilled bread.
Let's riff
  • The Peaches: Sub in any ripe Summer stone fruit - apricots, nectarines, plums, or a combination of a few of them.
  • The Burrata: Fresh mozzarella is an easy swap. If you can get your hands on ricotta salata, break it up into larger sheets or pieces and serve.
  • The Herbs: Any soft, tender herb works. Fresh basil, parsley, marjoam, are my go-tos. Chives or tarragon work as well.
  • The Acid: I don't call for anything acidic here, I find that the acidity from the tomatoes creates enough balance. If you want a punchy acidic flavor, drizzle with a bit of your favorite vinegar - I love balsamic or champagne vinegar. A squeeze of lemon works too.
  • The Vegan + Dairy-Free Swaps: Omit the burrata and up the amount of olive oil, flaky salt, and herbs.

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Richard
February 22, 2024
send me fruits to add with another fruit to cure disease
Deneen Medland
April 17, 2023
Kelle Trouton
April 17, 2023
Caroline
January 23, 2023
I made this same amazing salad with the following additions: I used a bed of chopped romaine hearts, and squeezed the juice of all the trimmed cara cara oranges, plus 1/2 lemon, added a drizzled of Tupelo honey on top. The herbs: chopped fennel fronds and mint. Everyone went crazy for it!
Marcus
YUM! Definitely going to pair this with a nice and funky natty white next time!
Caroline
January 23, 2023
I made this same amazing salad with the following additions: I used a bed of chopped romaine hearts, and squeezed the juice of all the trimmed cara cara oranges, plus 1/2 lemon, added a drizzled of Tupelo honey on top. The herbs: chopped fennel fronds and mint. Everyone went crazy for it!