This recipe for Copycat Red Lobster Shrimp Scampi is a restaurant-style seafood dish that is simple to prepare and is certain to be well received. The garlic and butter provide the sauce with a taste that is both rich and creamy, while the white wine contributes a mellow sweetness that goes well with the other components of the flavor. The meal is finished with freshly grated Parmesan cheese, which provides a deliciously savory contrast to the sauce.

This delicious Copycat Red Lobster Shrimp Scampi is perfect for any occasion, whether you’re having a romantic supper for two or a night with the whole family. It’s simple to prepare, yet it looks and tastes like something you’d get at a high-end restaurant. The dish’s appeal to those who like seafood lies in the way it makes a variety of tastes and textures in one serving. This shrimp scampi recipe, which is a knockoff of Red Lobster’s, cooks quickly and may be served in as little as half an hour.

So grab a pan and get ready for a meal you won’t forget – here’s how to prepare your own exclusive Red Lobster scampi without having to leave the warmth of your own home!


Uncooked peeled and deveined shrimp; I used 1 pound.

1 large spoon.Of Olive oil.

6 large spoons.Of unsalted Butter; softened to room temp.

1¼ Cup.Of White cooking wine.

4 small spoons.Of Minced garlic.

Juice from half of a lemon.

1 small spoon.Of Italian seasoning.

Grated Parmesan cheese; to taste.


1st Step

On the stove, bring the olive oil to temperature in a pan over medium-high heat.

2nd Step

After the skillet has been hot, place the shrimp in the pan and continue to fry them until they are fully cooked through.

3rd Step

Put the skillet over low heat, then add the butter and garlic to the pan after the heat has been reduced. Saute for 30 seconds until aromatic.

4th Step

Cooking wine and lemon juice are added to the pan, then the cooking process is continued until the cooking wine liquid is reduced by about half.

5th Step

After giving the shrimp another stir in the pan with the Italian spice, put them back in the pan. Sauté the shrimp for a further minute or two after you have given them a good toss to coat them.

6th Step

Take the pan off the heat and top it with some chopped parsley and as much grated Parmesan cheese as you want.

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