National Shrimp Scampi Day on April 29th gives us a tasty way to celebrate. On this day, we honor the delicious dish of shrimp cooked with butter, garlic, lemon juice, and white wine.
Scampi is a culinary term for small lobster known as Nephrops (also known as langoustine or Dublin Bay Prawns) and which is completely unrelated to this day.
The day is wholly dedicated to the buttery, garlicky, lemony, and wine-sauced preparation of shrimp. Prepare the dish using fresh or frozen shrimp. When serving the dish, add a side of noodle or rice, steamed vegetables, and crusty bread or rolls. Shrimp scampi pairs well with white wine. Since the dish is light, a rich dessert of cheesecake or crème brûlée rounds out the meal.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalShrimpScampiDay
As the days heat up, serve up a dish that tastes like the sun. Pick out some peal-and-eat shrimp for a simple meal or go all out with side dishes and serve a feast. Enjoy this Shrimp Scampi recipe.
Use #NationalShrimpScampiDay to post on social media.
NATIONAL SHRIMP SCAMPI DAY HISTORY
National Day Calendar continues to research the origins of this seafood holiday.
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