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What is it?
The scampi is an edible lobster with a velvety texture and a sweet, rich and creamy flavour, also recognized as Dublin Bay Prawn, langoustine or Norway Lobster. It is a small lobster that is a lovely pink in real life. It is abundant in the Mediterranean and the North-East Atlantic and is a culinary delicacy. When peeled, the tail part is referred to as “scampi.” Usually, it is generously drenched with breadcrumbs, but others are still served with the shell. Scampi is also frequently referred to as langoustine. This specific choice of name is based on the cooking style of the very same name.