Rosemary-Olive bread with Burrata, Lavender Balsamico, Dukkah and Baby Tomatoes



We love light spring-sandwiches that brings out the best in the ingredients such as heirloom tomatoes or burrata cheese.  For this one we happened to have a bit of both, plus some of our homemade dukkah which is perfect for sandwiches like this. We also recently bought an amazing Lavender Vinegar from VivaOlivia which worked perfectly with the mild burrata and the pop-pop of bursting tomatoes as you chew.

Burrata
Burrata

Rosemary-Olive bread with Burrata, Lavender Balsamico, Dukkah and Baby Tomatoes

  • One slice of rosemary-olive bread
  • 3 slices of fresh burrata cheese
  • 8-10 fresh mini heirloom tomatoes
  • 2 tsp dukkah
  • 1 tsp lavender vinegar


If your bread is not fresh, toast it lightly first. With bread from the same day there is no need for toasting. Slice the burrata and spread it gently on the bread. A great burrata can be quite runny in the middle, that’s perfectly normal. Spread out the tomatoes after rinsing them, and sprinkle the dukkah on top. Gently drip the lavender vinegar and enjoy your spring sandwich on a bench in your favorite sunbeam.

Dukkah
Dukkah
Rosemary-Olive Bread
Rosemary-Olive Bread

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