Soy Sauce Shrimp Scampi. Shrimp sautéed in easy scampi sauce with garlic, butter, olive oil, and white wine, tossed with red pepper flakes and parsley. We cook the shrimp scampi in butter and olive oil so we can cook at a relatively high heat without burning the butter but still impart the butter flavor. It's deliciously saucy, perfectly rich and buttery and amazingly flavorful!
Season the shrimp with salt and pepper and brush mixture onto the shrimp. Add the softened butter and pulse until thoroughly combined. Season the shrimp with salt and pepper and brush mixture onto the shrimp. You can cook Soy Sauce Shrimp Scampi using 8 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Soy Sauce Shrimp Scampi
- You need 260 g of Jumbo Shrimp.
- It’s 20 g of Unsalted butter.
- It’s 1 tsp of Minced garlic.
- You need 80 g of Zucchini.
- Prepare to taste of Salt and pepper,.
- You need 1 Tbsp of Soy sauce.
- Prepare of Chives for topping.
- You need to taste of Lemon juice,.
Scampi sauce takes just minutes to prepare. Heat the ingredients, toss with shrimp, then serve the garlicky shrimp with pasta or rice. Shrimp scampi is very quick cooking, so be sure to have everything ready before you begin cooking the pasta or making the sauce. This Asian-style shrimp scampi cooked with ginger, garlic, lime, and soy sauce is served over spaghetti for a quick and satisfying weeknight meal.
Soy Sauce Shrimp Scampi instructions
- Shell (leave the tail on) the hrimp and devein..
- Heat a skillet on medium heat. Add butter and garlic..
- When it starts to smell garlicky, add shrimp and stir until it turns pink..
- Add zucchini, sauté and sprinkle with salt and pepper..
- When it's cooked, pour the soy sauce over..
- Remove from the heat, and sprinkle with chives. Squeeze over lemon juice if you like!.
- With rice! it was Yummy~☆.
Add sherry, sesame oil, garlic, and ginger paste to the skillet. Add broth, soy sauce, and sriracha. Part of the series: Flavors of Southern California Cuisine. Making your own shrimp scampi sauce doesn't have to take all. Soy sauce is an originally Chinese sauce that has been used in Asia for many centuries.