Shrimp Scampi Linguine
Garlicky buttery shrimp scampi linguine – quick & easy recipe that you can make in one pot for the family. Super yummy and you’ll want it every day.
Last week I made the Hawaiian shrimp scampi and shared on my social media. Some readers suggested that I peel the shrimp and make it into shrimp scampi linguine. I thought it was such a great recipe idea as I love shrimp and the idea of garlicky and buttery shrimp with linguine sets my stomach rumbling.
What’s more, my almost 4-year old son loves Italian recipes. I personally love any kind of pasta which is not too heavy and loaded with fresh seafood. The little boy can eat pasta and spaghetti every day if I allow him so I made a pot of this super delicious and deeply flavorful shrimp scampi linguine for the family. We all enjoyed the dish very much.
For the pasta, you can use linguine, spaghetti, angel hair pasta, penne, or any shapes you like. It doesn’t really affect the taste. The key is to have fresh and big shrimp so every bite is bursting with the briny sweet taste of the shrimp, and every mouthful is garlicky, buttery, and oh-so-yummy.
I hope you get to try this super easy, quick, and simple shrimp scampi linguine recipe. The shrimp scampi is similar to the famous Hawaiian Giovanni’s shrimp scampi. Bon appetit!
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