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4 servings


0 hours 10 mins


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0 hours 10 mins

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2 Large heirloom tomatoes, sliced into thick slices

12 cherry tomatoes, halved

2 Peaches, sliced

6-8 Large basil leaves, 6 torn into small pieces & 2 left whole

2 Medium sized balls of fresh Burrata cheese, torn into pieces

Olive oil, drizzled on salad

Maldon Sea Salt (or other flaky finishing salt)

Fresh Ground Pepper


1. Wash and dry your fruit and veggies. Slice the tomatoes and peaches. Arrange the tomato and then peach slices on a large platter. Scatter the cherry tomato halves on top. 

2. Tear the Burrata cheese into small pieces and scatter on top. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle salt on top. Freshly ground black pepper on top of the salad and add the torn basil.

3. Garnish with whole basil leaves (optional)

NOTE: This is one of the prettiest and healthiest salads around. In the summer when the produce is so fresh and you are looking for a delicious, quick addition to your meal or BBQ, this salad wins every time. Often, you’ll see a version of this with sliced prosciutto on it. Go ahead and add it if you like. I have a brother who doesn’t eat pork so I leave it off. Quite honestly, I don’t miss it. The flaky Maldon salt adds the perfect saltiness that the prosciutto usually provides. This always gets raves and it is a summer staple at my house. Enjoy.