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I was surprised at how good this actually turned out. My personal adjustments: I cut it down to one serving and used white grape juice in place of the white wine and water. Added crushed red pepper flakes and lemon. I forgot to toss the shrimp into the sauce before combining it with angel hair pasta, so heated the shrimp in the sauce that was clinging to the pot. I used parmesan cheese on top. It was so yummy. Thanks Kimberly D.

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Kivryn August 27, 2008

We really liked this. I did use only half the butter and skipped the water. I don't like my scampi dripping with butter. This way, I just got the flavor. I also added some lemon juice. Thanks for a quick & easy recipe.

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CaramelPie January 23, 2008

I doubled this and there was too much liquid. I think I would leave the water out altogether and use less butter next time. I think a more intense concentration of the flavors was what I was expecting. I added lemon juice, oregano and some red pepper flakes. I also served it with Parmesan cheese at the table. Thanks!

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Oolala March 23, 2007

This was excellent, and so very easy to make! I used angel hair pasta, and mixed cocktail and salad shrimp. Served with a crusty loaf of French bread, this was perfect, and definitely going in the "keeper" file.

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Felix4067 February 20, 2006
Shrimp Scampi