Burrata, pea, grapefruit, caviar and leek salad

This light summer salad from Marcus Wareing comes with an indulgent twist. Burrata is an extra creamy cheese similar to mozzarella, often available online or in fine cheese mongers. Use a good-quality, fruity extra virgin olive oil when making this burrata salad recipe for the best results. Omit the caviar if you want to make this recipe vegetarian.

First published in 2015





Cut the burrata into quarters and season with salt, pepper and the olive oil
Blanch the leeks in salted water, removing the toughest outside layers. These can be chargrilled or not, depending on your preference
Segment the grapefruit, making sure you remove any of the white pith
Pod and wash the peas
Arrange all the ingredients together on a plate, using the burrata as a base and the caviar on top
First published in 2015

Marcus Wareing defines his inimitable cooking style as 'not British cuisine, not French cuisine – it’s Marcus cuisine.'

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