Stracciatella (even if it should be called stracciata) is a cheese or dairy product prepared with milk: it is typically made in Italy, in the province of Foggia and has spread throughout the South.
It is a fresh cheese, white in color, made of cream and pieces of pasta filata, following the methods of preparation of the burrata.
Its origin dates back to the early twentieth century when the Apulian peasants decided to reuse the residues of dairy production due to poverty and, during the preparation of the burrata, they mixed the residues of the stretched curd with the cream.
Although carried out throughout the year, it is believed that the processing reaches its best quality in the spring and summer months.
- 140 gr stk