Let us introduce you to the gift that is burrata. It’s mozzarella with a creamy, milky core that gushes with dairy goodness. But wait, it gets better: here, it’s stuffed into ravioli parcels, accented with a hint of lemon zest, and then tossed with tender shrimp, zucchini ribbons, and a buttery, basil-laced sauce. The result? A recipe that sings out with rich flavor and lingers on the tongue well after the last bite.
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Burrata and Lemon Zest Ravioli(ContainsEggs, Milk, Wheat)
Wash and dry all produce. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Using a vegetable peeler, shave zucchini lengthwise into ribbons, rotating to shave all sides. Stop shaving once you reach seedy core; discard core. Zest lemon, then cut into halves. Mince garlic. Pick basil leaves from stems. Slice leaves into thin ribbons.
Melt 1 TBSP butter in a large pan over medium heat. Add panko and toast, tossing, until golden brown, 3-4 minutes. Remove from pan and set aside. Wipe out any leftover crumbs in pan.
Melt another 1 TBSP butter in same pan over medium-low heat. Add garlic and cook, stirring, until fragrant and butter is just starting to brown and smell nutty, about 1 minute.
Once water is boiling, add ravioli to pot. Cook until ravioli are tender and float to the top, about 4 minutes. Carefully scoop out and reserve ¼ cup ravioli cooking water, then drain.
While ravioli cook, add shrimp to pan with garlic and increase heat to medium high. Cook, tossing, until just barely pink, 3-4 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Add ravioli, 1 tsp lemon zest, zucchini, half the basil, a squeeze of lemon juice, and 1 TBSP butter to pan. Gently toss to combine and melt butter.
Let ravioli mixture cook until a thin sauce has formed, 1-2 minutes. (TIP: Add a splash of ravioli cooking water if mixture seems dry.) Season with salt, pepper, and more lemon juice (to taste). Divide between bowls or plates. Sprinkle with breadcrumbs, remaining basil, and a pinch of remaining zest.