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TGIF to Home-Cooked Shrimp Scampi with Shrimps from Rainforest Seafoods!


TGIF! Yes, that’s right! Home-cooked from Suga’s kitchen. My husband, Randy threw it down a few Sundays ago with his homemade Shrimp Scampi, using shrimps from Rainforest Seafoods. It was fantastic, not to mention the plating!

Home-cooked Shrimp Scampi with Brown rice, Mushrooms and cherry tomatoes made by Randy Burgess

You can do it too! Make use of the end-of-month deals from Rainforest Seafoods and show your family you can produce restaurant quality dishes for nights you may not feel comfortable going out to eat.



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By: Gabrielle Burgess (Certified Personal Trainer and Sports Nutritionist)

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What did you have for Sunday Dinner?

Olive Garden has a new Mediterranean Menu and their Shrimp Scampi sure looks good. It seems as of they are still buzzing with tasty Italian cuisine and more.

Have a great week!

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By: Gabrielle Burgess

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Whip up some Shrimp Scampi for your Valentine!

Recipe found with Cookpad (http://cookpad.com/en) by mistyler, cover by clabbergirl; Original url: http://www.allthecooks.com/shrimp-scampi-2.html
Recipe found with Cookpad (http://cookpad.com/en) by mistyler, cover by clabbergirl;
Original url: http://www.allthecooks.com/shrimp-scampi-2.html


1 pound – Shrimp

1 tablespoon – Pure Olive Oil

2 tablespoon – Finely Chopped Garlic

1 1/2 cup – White Wine

1/2 Fresh Lemon (Juice Only)

1 teaspoon – Italian Seasoning Blend

1/2 cup – Butter

1 tablespoon – Fresh Parsley (Chopped Fine)

1 Salt and Pepper (To Taste)

1/2 cup – Fresh Grated Parmesan Cheese



1. Heat heavy bottomed skillet and add oil. Do not allow oil to smoke.

2. Add shrimp, cook until tender and no longer translucent.

3. Remove shrimp from pan and reduce heat slightly.

4. Add garlic and cook 2-3 minutes. Be careful not to brown garlic as this will produce a slightly bitter flavor.

5. When garlic is cooked, add white wine.

6. Squeeze juice from lemon in pan, and reduce wine by half.

7. After it is reduced, add Italian seasoning blend.

8. Reduce heat to low, and slowly add butter, 1 Tbsp at a time. The butter should slowly melt into the sauce and create a nice creamy texture. If the pan is too hot the butter will separate.

9. Once butter is fully incorporated, add shrimp back into sauce, add parsley, and season to taste with salt and pepper.

10. Serve with garnish of fresh cheese if desired. Scampi is great accompanied by fresh pasta.

Good choices of sides to go with this delicious dish could be Garlic bread or Baked potato. Enjoy!