How can one possibly make low and slow-braised, fall-apart tender lamb any better?
Try topping it with a big ol’ ball of burrata, that’s how.
You’ve probably enjoyed many a meaty stew or ragu dolloped with creamy ricotta. But when you swap that out for voluptuous burrata whose luscious creamy center spills out to add dreamy, milky sweetness to anything it touches, you’ve just about attained nirvana.
“Braised Lamb with Burrata and Herb Oil” is that dish.