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  1. They look amazing. Do you eat the shells? I know at times the shells are so soft you can actually eat them whole instead of peeling them and losing some of the yummy ingredients.

  2. This looks so yummy. Drove by Giovanni’s last month – but didn’t stop since we had just eaten at Ted’s Bakery.

  3. Hi Rasa, Thank u so much 4 this recipe ~ I’ll be visiting

    this link more often ….Again, Thank U :)

  4. This looks absolutely delicious! I didn’t get a chance to go to Giovanni’s when I was in Oahu, but it will be a must visit on my next trip.

    I’m going to attempt to make the shrimp w/out the shell…hopefully, it’ll turn out.

  5. Hi, i would like to ask a question , i dont have any white wine , so what other ingredients i need to use to subtitute the white wine?

  6. Do I have to add the white wine, or can I just leave it out of the recipe, or will that affect the whole entire recipe?

  7. Just got back from Hawaii. Tried Giovanni’s shrimp scampi and it was delicious. Tried your reipe today and it tastes exactly liked it. Definitely will make many more times and invite family and friends to try it. Thank you!

  8. thank you for the recipe, i tried making it yesterday but my garlic burn. The taste was good just have to figure out how to not burn the garlic. The shrimp wasnt cook that long either, just 5 minutes each side.

  9. I was CRAVING noodles, but I didn’t have yellow noodles, so I used soba noodles to make Bee’s Garlic Noodles & it was DELICIOUS!!! I paired the noodles with Bee’s Hawaiian Shrimp Scampi recipe… It was the easiest, most DELICIOUS dinner in 25mins I have ever whipped up!!! THANK YOU so very much for perfecting both these recipes, Bee!!! xoxo

  10. oh my god, I’ve been craving Giovanni’s since I got back from my vacation on the North Shore. Thank youuuuuuu, can’t wait to try this, I have high hopes! <3

  11. Made this for dinner, and it was so easy and yummy. Didn’t have white wine, so I used vodka (what we had – don’t judge!). I also added more than a squirt of lemon because I love acid (that came out bad). Anyways, thanks for the recipe!

  12. Excited to try this recipe. How soon after the shrimp go in do you add everything else? And is it better to have the heat at medium or high? Thanks in advance!

  13. When I saw this on the internet and saw you had written “Hawaiian shrimp scampi made famous by Giovanni’s shrimp truck” I just couldn’t believe it! My friend and I were in Hawaii on Oahu staying on the Marine Base, somewhere around 2007 I believe, visiting with friends and one day we went for a drive around the island and found this truck set up along the road somewhere and I had this recipe! I am so surprised to see this here, I am going to make it! I can remember it being sooooooo garlicky, I loved it. Wow, talk about bringing back good memories. ;o)

  14. Would mixed seafood work for this recipe? I know you mentioned omitting white wine but I like wine in my cooking. Would red wine work too? I just want to use what I have available.

  15. Love that shrimp truck. I need to figure out when we can go back!! Haha
    Until then, I’m adding this to my recipe list for this week!

  16. I have tried this recipe and it was perfectly made as it was I tasted it in Kauai. I have been trying to find these recipe for a long time and at last someone shared this recipe. Thank you soo much.

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