So did summer decide to greet us early in sunny San Diego? Warm weather calls for a light refreshing mid-day snack. I finish work most days around 3pm so dinner time usually falls around 4pm and by then I'm not looking for a snack. I want a hearty meal! But I do like to enjoy this on a lazy weekend when I'm not feeling all frazzled with having spent 10+ hours in front of a computer.
This light snack came to me one day as I stared at the contents of my fridge/pantry and was feeling too lazy to hop in the car and grab something from the market. Not too shabby for slapping something together to qualm hunger pains ehh? The flavors of buttery creamy burrata, fresh ground pepper, Mediterranean sea salt, fresh basil leaf, aromatic white truffle oil and slightly spicy balsamic vinegar over a crunchy chip is quite tantalizing on the tongue. Hope you get to enjoy this as much as I did.
Picked up the White Truffle Oil from Whole Foods. Never fails to make that great dish just a little more special.
This Balsamic vinegar came from a Sotto Voce stand across from Pike's Place in Seattle. It's amazing for salads or dipping.
I had picked up some Burrata from Trader Joe's the other day. For those of you with a ravenous appettite or a small army to feed, I have seen it at Costco lately. I believe its sold in a tub of 3 plump buttery balls for $6.99.
Oh these are my favorite go to wraps. Healthy and tasty at a decent price of $5.99 for 18 wraps (3 individual packs of 6 wraps) at Costco. Not to mention they keep very well in the fridge so no rush if you get tired of eating them.
- 1 Flatout Multi-Grain wrap
- 1 ball of Burrata cheese
- fresh basil leaf
- white truffle oil
- balsamic vinegar
- fresh ground back pepper
- sea salt
- Cut wrap to desired chip size and toast in toaster oven to desired color/crispiness
- Break up burrata cheese into chunks and top over cooled chips
- Top with fresh basil leaf
- Drizzle truffle oil and balsamic vinegar
- Hit with fresh ground black pepper and sea salt