Garlic Confit Sourdough Toast with Burratta & Prosciutto


This Garlic Confit, Fig, Prosciutto & Burrata Sourdough Toast has (and forever will be) on repeat! 🧄🥖🌿

What is Garlic Confit? What does it taste like?

Similar to tomato confit, garlic confit consists of roasting garlic in generous amounts of extra virgin olive oil at a low heat until it's tender and lightly browned. When done correctly, the garlic confit cloves are soft, rich, sweet, and flavorful without that bitterness in typical raw garlic.

How to make Garlic Confit?

  1. Add the garlic, fresh herbs, and olive oil to a small saucepan over medium low heat.
  2. Bring to a very low boil and cook for 30-40 minutes, or until garlic is soft.

What is Garlic Confit used for?

The Garlic Confit Cloves add great flavor to soups, pasta sauces, vinaigrettes, sandwiches, toasts, marinades, mashed potatoes, and so much more! It's basically like roasted garlic.

What is Batistini Farms?

Batistini Farms is a family-operated and owned company (aka my family's business hehe). My parents love working closely with our small family farmers in the countrysides of Italy (that have become close friends over the years). They offer award-winning extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegars, ancient Tuscan grain pastas, herbs, Cerignola olives, and more! Rooted in family to produce high quality Italian products!

What makes their 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oils different?

Every single olive oil is handcrafted from fresh organic olives and cold extracted within 24 hours of harvest. The olives are grown in rich soil, sustainable farming practices, and pruning techniques that yield thriving terroir from their family estate olive grove.

The difference? It is the most fresh olive oil you'll ever taste! They provide a dark bottle to keep the olive oil from spoiling and a harvest date to keep you informed that you have the most recent olive oil harvest!

In every bottle of Batistini Farms' olive oil, you'll be able to explore the fruitiness, green leaves, almonds, herbs, etc. with a bittersweet tingling piquant finish that is signature to a true, authentic 100% extra virgin olive oil.

Where can I find Batistini Farms?

You can shop online at, or click here, to shop all their products. They also have a limited selection of the 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegars available in Whole Foods Market across the East Coast!

Now, it’s time to grab our aprons and begin baking deliciousness! ’till next time! xxL

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Garlic Confit Sourdough Toast with Burratta & Prosciutto



For the Garlic Confit:

  • 1 cup Garlic Cloves (recommend pre-peeled)
  • 4 sprigs of Fresh Thyme
  • 4 sprigs of Fresh Rosemary
  • 1 cup Batistini Farms Olive Oil (or enough to cover the garlic cloves)

For the Sourdough Toast:

  • Prosciutto
  • Fresh Burrata
  • Fig Preserves
  • Honey (or Hot Honey)
  • Freshly Chopped Herbs (like Basil or Thyme)


  1. Add all the garlic confit ingredients to a small saucepan over medium low heat.
  2. Bring to a very low boil and cook for 30-40 minutes, or until garlic is soft.
  3. Toast the sourdough bread with @batistinifarms olive oil on a griddle until golden brown in both sides.
  4. On the crispy toast, add a few garlic cloves to spread about.
  5. Slather a layer of fig jam.
  6. Add a single layer of prosciutto.
  7. Add the fresh burrata.
  8. Drizzle with honey.
  9. Season with fresh herbs, salt, and black pepper. Enjoy!

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