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Who Knew Shrimp Scampi Had Its Own National Day
Dated: April 29 2019
NATIONAL SHRIMP SCAMPI DAY
1⁄2 cup extra virgin olive oil
1 large onion, chopped fine or processed
6 cloves garlic, crushed
1 cup white wine (nearly any kind, just not overly sweet)
6 tablespoons butter
1 lb precooked jumbo frozen shrimp, thawed
salt & pepper
1 package angel hair pasta
Start salted water boiling for pasta.
Heat olive oil.
Saute garlic& onions over high heat till onions start to turn clear.
Add wine, turn to medium heat& reduce for 5 minutes (alcohol smell will be gone) add shrimp till warmed through (start to curl up).
Stir in butter till melted.
Turn heat to lo/warm.
Salt & pepper to taste.
Cover till pasta is ready (2-3 minutes for angel hair to cook).
Tricia Glover, Realtor
The Glover Team, Inc.
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