Shrimp Scampi with Sun-Dried Tomatoes Recipe
This shrimp scampi recipe features sun-dried tomatoes in the sauce, making a delightful treat for the eye and the palate.
For a quick and full-flavored dish, saute garlic in a mixture of butter and the rich oil from sun-dried tomatoes, then add the tomatoes and lots of fresh shrimp. Serve this heady mixture over angel hair pasta cooked with broccoli florets.
Tender whole scallops and shrimp get a quick saute in hot, garlicky olive oil and butter before taking a brief clam juice simmer. Toss with hot pasta, bright strips of sun dried tomatoes and tangy bits of lemon zest for a refreshing entree or appetizer.
If I could I would get this 4 1/2 stars - If using cooked shrimp add them at the very last moment. Also, I would cook the pasta and toss it with the sauce so that the delicious sauce covers every bite. I cooked raw shrimp in butter and garlic, removed and then continued on with the recipe. Add the shrimp and pasta in at the end. Delicious. A few added pepper flakes to step this up a notch. A solid recipe - thank you.
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Fire up the grill to cook foil packets of herb-seasoned, buttery shrimp. Serve with some good crusty bread for dipping in the juices.