Antipasto

Como una imagen dice más que mil palabras, que ellas hablen por sí mismas…

Como es costumbre en casa, los viernes suelen organizarse unas grandes picadas. Sin embargo, en algunas ocasiones nos gusta rediseñarlas un poco y agregar algunos ingredientes no tan tradicionales.

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En este caso, nuestro antipasto elegido para hoy fue una burrata. Para ser más creativos y no comerla sola, que es un gran desperdicio, agregamos al plato unas hojas de albahaca, tomate, aceitunas negras y dos panes tostados.

El toque: aceite de oliva y pimienta. Les aseguro que no hay vuelta atrás una vez que prueban esto.

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¡Y listo! Un plato liviano que funciona perfecto como entrada para la mayoría de las comidas.

¡Sean creativos! Hay miles de formas de prepararla.


 

ENGLISH VERSION:

Antipasto

It is said that an image says more than a thousand words, so I will let them speak for themselves…

As it is accustomed at home, every Friday night we organise great picadas. In case you are wondering what these are, don’t panic — it’s not that extravagant (check my other publication following the link).  However, in some occassions we like to redesign them a bit and spice them up with some new ingredients.

In this case, our chosen antipasto of the day was burrata. To get even more creative —and not eating it on its own, which would be a massive waste— we added some basil leaves and tomato on the plate, and decorated with black olives and some toasted bread.

The final touch: olive oil and black pepper. There’s no going back after you’ve tried that.

And that’s it! A light dish that works perfectly as an entrée for most meals.

Get creative! There are thousands of ways to prepare it.

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