Southern Shrimp Scampi
Scampi can mean different things in different cultures. In Italy, langoustines are often sautéed in garlic and olive oil. Italian immigrants in America swapped in shrimp, and from there a thousand variations were born. This dish, from Kim Severson, cooks quickly, and adds the Southern kick of red chili flakes, the goodness of kale and the nuttiness of basmati rice to the traditional garlic and lemon of scampi.Interested in the New York Times Cooking Meal Plan? Click here to learn more.