Burrata is a fresh artisanal cheese from Puglia, produced from Italian buffalo's milk, rennet and cream.
At first glance, burrata resembles a ball of mozzarella. But upon further scrutiny, burrata is neither mozzarella nor buffalo mozzarella, although it's made from buffalo milk. Burrata is its own thing entirely. The outer shell is solid mozzarella while the inside contains both mozzarella and cream also called ritagli-thickened panna, giving it an unusual, soft texture. If you're a mozzarella lover, ricotta, or really anything that's straight-up creamy, this cheese is what you want.