Can you freeze burrata?

Although burrata cheese can be frozen, freezing burrata will change the cheese’s flavor and texture.

When you’re ready to use the frozen burrata, transfer it to the refrigerator to thaw slowly. Avoid using heat or microwaving, as this could cause the creamy filling to separate or become grainy.

When properly wrapped in plastic wrap and stored in an airtight freezer-safe bag, frozen burrata can last for about 1 to 2 months in the freezer.

After thawing, the texture of the burrata might not be as creamy as when it was fresh. Consider using the thawed burrata in cooked dishes where the texture changes won’t be as noticeable, rather than in dishes where its creaminess is a key feature.

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