Roasted strawberries are served over creamy burrata with a drizzle of balsamic glaze and olive oil paired with thick slices of grilled bread. Strawberries pair perfectly with cheesecake so why not go a savory route by pairing them with cream-filled burrata cheese and balsamic?
This recipe takes sweet and juicy summer strawberries at their peak and roasts them with a touch of honey until they are slightly dried in a sticky, sweet syrup playing on their natural candy quality.
Cooking them at a low temperature draws out the water without steaming the strawberries. It creates a sweet and simple sauce that sends an irresistible aroma wafting through the house. Roasting strawberries is a great way to give berries that are on their way out a second life.
The strawberries can be roasted up to 1 week in advance and stored, refrigerated in airtight containers. To serve, warm the strawberries or serve at room temperature. Any extra strawberries can be used over ice cream or yogurt for a summer dessert.
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