How to Make Scampi Sauce?

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Scampi sauce is made with lots of butter and garlic. You will also need a little white wine, salt, lemon juice and parsley. Saute a few cloves of pressed or chopped garlic in a few tablespoons of butter for a minute or two. Add about a cup of wine and flavor with salt. Cook off wine for a few minutes. You can add lemon juice and parsley at this point. If you choose to cook the shrimp or chicken in the sauce, you can add it before the lemon and parsley. I like to lightly flour my shrimp or chicken to thicken the sauce.
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To make Scampi sauce you need a large, heavy skillet, olive oil, shrimp, garlic, white wine, lemon juice and some parsley. You salt and pepper to taste.
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