Servings: 4 to 6
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I can't believe I'm the only one who has rated this recipe. I've made it several times and it's fantastic, every one raves about how delicious this is and how simple it is to prepare. I am fortunate to live in a farming community where I can get locally crafted burrata and home grown heirlooms but still... those of you with access to great groceries can get quality ingredients. This is a great salad!
Ok, I had to totally hack this. Didn't have heirlooms, had gourmet medley cherry tomatoes. Walnuts- check. Burrata- check. No baby greens, chopped romaine, no olives, muffaleta chopped olive salad from Costco. No jambon, spicy Italian sausage thinly sliced. Good olive oil and balsamic, check. Totally delicious, likely spectacular if you have all the right ingredients on hand.
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