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Love this recipe. I have been making a similar dish for awhile and decided to try this one because I thought the addition of the half and half would be a good fit. I was right. I have to say that shrimp without garlic just is a letdown. I love garlic so I used a whole garlic and I marinated the shrimp in garlic powder as well. Added about a tablespoon of red pepper flakes as well as 2 tablespoons of paprika. I also used olive oil along with the butter and used my homemade blueberry wine because it was all I had on hand. This one is my new go to. Thanks for the great recipe.
This is so good and so easy! I did liberally sprinkle the shrimp with Old Bay seasoning and let set for 1/2 hr. before cooking. Also added more garlic. Can’t thank you enough for posting this great recipe! It’s a keeper.
Made it pretty much as the recipe called for..... OK, OK, so we like more garlic in things! But we thought this was pretty good and we did enjoy it very much. However, we both decided that we prefer regular Shrimp Scampi (emphasis on the lemon/wine/butter marriage w/o the parm) to this. Will stick with the tried and true.
This recipe was very good but I found that I needed to double the recipe if serving more than two people. I also would recommend putting in the pre-cooked shrimp last as mine were over cooked. It was very tasty and will make again.