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burrata

[ boo-rah-tuh ]
/ bʊˈrɑ tə /
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noun
mozzarella that is formed into a hollow ball and filled with cream and shreds of mozzarella curd.
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Origin of burrata

First recorded in 2005–10; from Italian , equivalent to burro + -ata; see origin at butter -ate1 (from its butterlike texture)
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