We have already shown several versions of how to turn a simple bread into something special. From crazy breakfast ideas to bruschetta creations that will surprise not only you but also your loved ones. Toasted bread with Brussels sprouts and burrata can be placed in the latter category. It doesn’t seem particularly impressive at first, but once you take a bite, you’ll quickly change your mind. In terms of taste, it is boring in terms of sweetness. Hearty and delicious brussels sprouts are paired with bacon with a hint of spice and the slight chill of burrata. And all this is topped with breadcrumbs and crushed hazelnuts. Both have different textures and different flavors, which together create a real culinary treat, making the Toasted Bread with Brussels Sprouts and Burrata more than just a simple sandwich.
As mentioned earlier, we have plenty of bruschetta inspiration for you. With blood orange, goat cheese or mushrooms. The basic process is always the same. The bread is fried, optionally it is smeared with garlic and then it is covered with sweets. Our bruschetta potatoes are a little more creative. However, all these delicious differences should not stop you from trying the fried bread with Brussels sprouts and burrata first. The other combinations will not run away from you.
And if you still want to know the difference between mozzarella, burrata and co, you should click on the link. In fact, it is worth reading, because the emergence of burrata – often new discoveries in history – was an accident. So now go to the kitchen, because the most delicious sandwich with Brussels sprouts and burrata is already waiting for you. And here are some optical bread highlights
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Fall of Love – Grilled Bread with Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, Burrata and Hazelnuts
What an ingenious combination: brussels sprouts with burrata and hazelnuts: pure taste!
Fry hazelnuts in a pan without oil until golden. Meanwhile, cut the bread and wash the Brussels sprouts.
Blanch the Brussels sprouts in a pot of salted water. Toss the bread in a pan with the olive oil. Rinse Brussels sprouts in ice water and quarter. Fry the meat in a pan without oil. Then add the Brussels sprouts and season generously with salt and pepper.
Finally, top the toasted bread with some burrata from the wrapper. Then place the Brussels sprouts and bacon on top and sprinkle everything with toasted hazelnuts.