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Serves 2-3

Seafood

1 Shrimp

Produce

1 Garlic cloves
1 Italian parsley
1 Lemon

Pasta & Grains

1 Pasta

Baking & Spices

1 Black pepper
1 Kosher salt

Dairy

1 Butter, unsalted

Beer, Wine & Liquor

1 White wine
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  • Anke Johnson

    My family would love this

  • Lynn Boston

    Looks delicious!

  • Gail Bilse

    Great shrimp scampy

  • DeniseandMike Lyons

    This was awesome, I never measure anything(sorry just the way I was taught) and I also used cooked jumbo shrimp that I had and it came out like a gourmet Chef made it, and yes you need the bread crumbs for that little crunch! SUPERB DISH :)

  • Heather LeDoux

    Made this for dinner Tonight minus the bread crumbs and it was awesome!!

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Simple Shrimp Scampi Recipe from Taste of Home -- shared by Lisa Boehm of Deepwater, Missouri