Add shrimp. Ready in minutes. Makes 4 servings. Gluten free. Laurie's Story: With a huge heart and a flair for flavor, Laurie was a working wife and mother of three whose passion for cooking and family made an extraordinary impact on those around her. The daughter of a spice purveyor, some of Laurie's gifts in the kitchen came naturally. But the rest was all Laurie-loving, energetic and creative. We lost Laurie too soon, but her culinary creations are still enjoyed today through Laurie's Kitchen. To honor her legacy, 10% of the proceeds from Laurie's Kitchen goes to Laurie's Butterfly Foundation, which fights hunger in local communities. We wish you a lifetime of sharing meals and making memories with Laurie's Kitchen. No MSG. 0 g trans fat. Made with natural ingredients. Look for more Gluten Free products from Laurie's Kitchen. This product complies with the FDA and the Celiac Sprue Association guidelines for Gluten Free certification. LauriesKitchen.com. Made in USA.
6.6 oz (187 g) x 6
0.5 cup dry
4 per pack
Store in a cool, dry place. Shrimp Scampi Preparation: 1 box Laurie's Kitchen Gluten Free Shrimp Scampi; 1 lb medium shrimp (peeled & deveined); 2 tsp vegetable oil; 1-1/2 cups water; 1 cup cherry or grape tomatoes (quartered); 1 bunch green onions (1 inch slice) 2 tbsp butter or margarine. Pasta: In a 2 qt. saucepan, bring water to a boil, add pasta and bring back to a boil. Cook 12-14 minutes or until desired tenderness. Drain pasta and set aside. While pasta is cooking, prepare entree. Entree: Heat oil in non-stick skillet over medium high heat. Add shrimp and cook on each side for approximately 2 minutes. Add water and stir in seasoning. Add vegetables and butter or margarine. Reduce heat to medium and cook 3-4 minutes, stirring often. Add pasta and toss to coat. Add pasta and toss to coat.
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