Peach is the perfect example of why fruit also goes well on the barbecue. Grilling peaches caramelizes the sugars and gives it a great taste. Also very tasty with ice cream for example!
You can grill a peach cut in half on the barbecue, but also in slices. In this recipe we are going for slices. The sweet taste of the peach goes really well with the sharp edges of the jalapeño. It also combines great with the burrata.
Now we can imagine that you don’t necessarily want to fire up the barbecue just to grill a peach for a few minutes. That means you either have to make another barbecue dish or you use a grill pan. Of course you can, although the first option is naturally more attractive.
Grilled Peach with Burrata, Basil and Jalapeño
- 4 peaches
- 2 cups burrata
- basil leaves
- 1 jalapeño deseeded and cut into small strips
- sea salt smoked
- olive oil
- Prepare the barbecue for direct grilling. Maintain a temperature of about 200 °C.
- Cut the peaches in half, remove the pit and cut them into slices. Then brush one side of the peaches with olive oil.
- Place the peaches with the oil side on the barbecue and grill for 2-3 minutes. At the same time, grease the other side with oil.
- Turn them over and grill the other side for another 2-3 minutes.
- Remove the peaches from the barbecue and place them on a plate or in a bowl. Place the burrata in pieces on top. Sprinkle some basil leaves and the jalapeño, cut into small pieces, on top.
- Then sprinkle some smoked sea salt on top.