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pussyfoot | 19:39 Tue 27th Mar 2007 | Food & Drink
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I had scampi in a restaurant a few years ago and it was finished in a cream & brandy sauce if I remember right. I think it was called 'scampi menuire' or something like that. does anyone have any ideas of this recipe or anything similar.

Thank you.


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not sure if this is right as it doesn't have cream, but it certainly looks good might give it a try myself! st-Shrimp-Scampi/Detail.aspx
Scampi Provencale was all the rage a few years back , when things are a la meuniere it usually means they are shallow fried I think.

Try this link obduvernois.htm
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Thanks for the rapid reply, I don't know if the recipes are exactly what I'm looking for but I shall try them and let you know........thanks again.
A lot of people in France lightly fry the scampi in oil then add armagnac or whisky which is then lit before adding a few tbsp.of cr�me fraiche and salt and pepper and stirring. Very easy but lovely served with rice.

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