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One of the hardest things about living in Texas is the lack of cajun food. There are many other options and all the queso in Dallas, but that can only distract me for so long until I start craving my New Orleans favorites, one of them being Shrimp Scampi. It's so good and even better when it's easy to make.
This week I took the easy way out (I kind of do that a lot) and made Shrimp Scampi. I cheated and used a sauce base, but shh, I won't tell if you won't.
WHAT YOU NEED
- Peeled Gulf shrimp
- Skillet scampi sauce (prepackaged)
- Minced garlic
- Chopped onion
- Cajun Tony Chachere's seasoning
WHAT YOU DO
Step 1: Peel and remove tails of shrimp.
Step 2: Sauté peeled shrimp in olive oil, fresh chopped parsley, minced garlic, chopped onion, and add a dash of salt. Step 3: Add the sauce base once shrimp are pink. Simmer on low for 10 minutes until shrimp are fully cooked. Serve over warm bed of pasta.
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