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To start with, scampi is really an Italian word describing large shrimp or prawns, and originally it had no connection to a specific dish. Over time scampi came to be a common name for large shrimp simply prepared with garlic and butter or garlic and olive oil. Scampi has evolved over the years, and depending on the restaurant, you will see many versions of the dish — some with cream, white wine, basil, fresh herbs, some even without shrimp.

At Red Lobster, Shrimp Scampi is one of their most popular dishes. While it is difficult to give you an exact recipe for their scampi (kitchen recipes often do not exactly translate into household recipes), here is a recipe to produce Red Lobster Shrimp Scampi at home, straight from their head chef, Michael LaDuke. More on Red Lobster Recipes: Shrimp Scampi

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me asked:

I am making Shrimp Scampi tonight, but unsure what I should be serving it with. Any ideas welcome.

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summit_of_human_intellect asked:

Please don’t tell me that horrible recipe that has been circulating the internet that says 1 cup wine, 3 tablespoons garlic,etc.

That is not it.
I’m not interested in any other shrimp scampi recipe’s.

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