Shrimp scampi's enticing garlic aroma beckons family to the table without a dinner bell. Brushed with garlic and oil, these easy shrimp scampi recipes put flavor into a fast weeknight seafood supper.See Popular Shrimp Scampi Recipes
This scampi is just as good as you'll find in a restaurant. Plump, fresh shrimp are flavored with a lemon-garlic marinade are broiled to tenderness to be served with slices of crusty garlic bread for mopping up the sauce.
Buttery, garlicky shrimp with a hint of white wine--shrimp scampi brings the flavors of Venice straight to your dinner table. Your favorite little red-checked-tablecloth Italian restaurant probably makes a version to die for, but once you've tried this simple Shrimp Scampi recipe, you may hold off on the takeout and make it at home from now on. Simply saute garlic in butter for a minute, add your shrimp and cook for just a minute on each side.
This shrimp scampi recipe calls for flavor filled with butter, lemon, olive oil, garlic and more. This dish looks impressive and is very easy to make.
Whether serving it as an appetizer or tossed with linguine for a main course, learn how to make shrimp scampi for a dish laden with all the flavors of the Mediterranean.
This shrimp appetizer has a traditional sauce of garlic, shallots, white wine, and lemon juice.
Be sure to serve this garlic-laden dish with lots of bread so everyone can sop up all of the delicious sauce.
Scampi refers to shrimp that are split, brushed with garlicky butter and broiled. The recipe here calls for flavoring butter with lemon, garlic, parsley and thyme, then dotting it liberally on shrimp and roasting the shellfish until it sizzles.
This scampi recipe adds broccoli to the buttery garlic shrimp dish. If you prefer, serve it with rice instead of pasta. Either way, it's a 30-minute recipe you can boast about.
This fabulous fresh version of shrimp scampi pasta is fancy enough to impress your guests and simple enough to serve on a hectic weeknight.
Shrimp is one of those ingredients that most of us never tire of--its subtle sweetness and fresh, briny flavor pair well with a wide range of flavor combinations, which makes it easy to create a diverse playbook of recipes. We've rounded up ten of our favorite shrimp recipes, all of them designed to deliver maximum shrimp flavor. From rich, buttery, garlicky shrimp scampi to Cajun shrimp with a kick, these recipes are all about bringing out the best in shrimp.
Okay, we know cleaning shrimp is no fun. But if you're making a favorite scampi recipe for company, and you have to clean the little buggers anyway, why not double the batch and get all the pain out of the way right up front (what's an extra 20 minutes when you're having fun over the sink). Your reward will be a treasure trove of ready to go shrimp for an easy pasta or salad dish (like the chopped shrimp and Waldorf shown here) --even a great Mexican recipe made with avocado, lime, and tequila that might be the ultimate party appetizer.
For all it does to keep us healthy, the nutrient selenium is one mighty mineral that ought to be better known--especially since it shows up in favorite foods like salmon and pork. A trace mineral found in the soil, selenium is essential to hundreds of cellular functions throughout the body -- everything from fighting free radical damage to revving up immune function to activating thyroid hormones that regulate growth and metabolism. It even helps preserve and regenerate other antioxidant nutrients like vitamin C and E.
Isn't there supposed to be a gene that curbs your appetite in hot weather? Because I don't seem to have it. I get just as hungry in the heat as I do in winter.
Still struggling to get your five servings of veggies a day? Or, even more likely, struggling to get them into your kids? Here's another painless way (along with vegetables for breakfast) to increase everyone's vegetable intake: Trick yourself with more, not less.