Creole Crab Noodles - Food Wishes - Spicy Crab Noodles

  • Published on Feb 10, 2018
  • Learn how to make Creole Crab Noodles! This Mardi Gras-inspired experiment features an Asian-style rice noodle dish, jazzed up with a ingredients typically found in the New Orleans. Visit for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I hope you enjoy these easy and delicious, Spicy Crab Noodles!
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Comments • 452

  • John Esparza
    John Esparza 21 day ago

    I'm Delta Dawn!!!!!

  • MusikKritik
    MusikKritik 24 days ago


  • Scott S
    Scott S 2 months ago

    I unfortunately polished off the last 2 hot dogs in the pack watching this😑

  • Steve Logan
    Steve Logan 3 months ago +1

    This is more asian than creole, need crushed tomatoes instead of ketchup, and scotch bonnet pepper instead of cayenne(cajun use cayenne), no rice wine vinegar or soy sauce, this dish needs to be re- named chef john.

  • theni
    theni 5 months ago

    John is using more and more cayenne...

  • Greta mmm boi
    Greta mmm boi 6 months ago

    Just made this for my baby sister w celiac - AMAZING!!! added some sambal and it worked perfectly. I would recommend less noodles or more sauce but all in all delicious!!

  • JP
    JP 7 months ago


  • Foodynator - Food, Cakes, Desserts & more!

    excellent video

  • David Preut
    David Preut 8 months ago

    I’ve tried dozens of your recipes Chef John, and they have all been so delicious! Unfortunately, for me, this was one was a miss.

    DHEMITZ 8 months ago +1

    This is very good sauce recipe

  • Derek O'Connor
    Derek O'Connor 8 months ago

    Jumping green onion at 3:04 !

  • Toni Rocca
    Toni Rocca 8 months ago

    At the Takara Sake Factory in Berkeley they sell a really good Aji-Mirin (seasoned rice vinegar) that I think tastes really fantastic. You can get them online, I'm sure!

  • We Are Miles From Nowhere

    Made this a couple times. I give it a 3/10. Move on. Nothing great here.

  • pottersquash
    pottersquash 8 months ago +1

    Honestly this is spot on culturally for Mardi Gras. Louisiana is known for rice production and New Orleans has a very strong Asian community and we all know the Gulf has crabs. Chef John, you may have invented a new Louisiana Classic.

  • TrippTheTripper
    TrippTheTripper 9 months ago

    Some Garlic Bread would Go GREAT with this

  • SiriuslySirius
    SiriuslySirius 9 months ago

    Sidenote: The trinity that Chef John used isn't the trinity that is used in Louisiana. The trinity is these ingredients in equal proportions: yellow or white onion, green bell pepper, and celery. Chef John gussied it up to work in this recipe and I'm okay with that. :)

  • Bass Addiction
    Bass Addiction 9 months ago +1

    My mother couldnt handle the heat from the jalapeno I think I'll try this with a bell pepper instead.

  • Maurice Gatdula
    Maurice Gatdula 9 months ago

    No one narrates a video like this guy lol. And the dish sounds awesome!

  • ace salyers
    ace salyers 9 months ago

    oyster spaghetti is good too

  • Yeeongg
    Yeeongg 9 months ago

    Fuck yea,I am trying to lose weight here

  • TheLiberalMachine
    TheLiberalMachine 9 months ago

    That was allot of cumin.

  • skullboy1977
    skullboy1977 9 months ago

    Oh my god that looks so good.

  • Tim Seeburger
    Tim Seeburger 9 months ago

    Stopping the microwave at 0:01 so I don't wake my roommates is the closest I will get to defusing a bomb.

  • Fabricio mendes
    Fabricio mendes 9 months ago

    OHHHHHHHHHHHH Teach me your ways master John!

  • dlower23
    dlower23 9 months ago

    I don't want to analyze it too much, but I think that what I love about Chef John is the realness--I don't know if he scripts these but they don't feel scripted. He knows exactly what he is doing and is in control of his ingredients, so it's natchy. Nuff Respect

  • Philip Frank
    Philip Frank 9 months ago

    how about a steak tartare recipe? what is your favorite way to prepare it, Chef John?

  • Crushenator500
    Crushenator500 9 months ago

    Sensei, do you think shredded chicken instead of crab would throw off the taste too much?

    MIKE OTTO 9 months ago

    Will this be Meal for 2 People❓

  • Lucas WhiteBone Blundell

    Didn't watch the video, but dang.... that looks so good

  • daniel desantis
    daniel desantis 9 months ago

    1. Another great dish and recipe.
    2. We enjoy the unique style.
    3. Run Chef, there's a man in a black short-sleeved tee shirt standing behind you.

  • Monkey Allan
    Monkey Allan 9 months ago


  • Faye V
    Faye V 9 months ago

    Looks great! But now I have a headache.

  • maSterVqne
    maSterVqne 9 months ago +2


  • jonchimpo
    jonchimpo 9 months ago +2

    i hate how his voice trails off at the end of each and every senten....

  • Joseph Peter Elijah Villafuerte

    I know that this is out of topic but, what's the name of the song at the beginning

  • kickflipinyaface
    kickflipinyaface 9 months ago +2

    this man has one of the oddest speech patterns

  • Steven Yun
    Steven Yun 9 months ago +1

    Set the skillet over medium HIGH heat.. and then cut UP the vegetables.. then for the HOLY grail.. turn OFF the heat.. and then I’ll CHECK my noodles.. the WAY he talks is VERY interesting... mEDIUm high

  • Viktor Samuylik
    Viktor Samuylik 9 months ago +2

    Why do you end your sentence with a higher note

  • steelbarber
    steelbarber 9 months ago

    *average kid here. def won't take me 15 mins*

  • Gazella Manami
    Gazella Manami 9 months ago +1

    food looks good.

  • wmlau69
    wmlau69 9 months ago +1

    In general, I enjoy watching your videos. However, I do question why you would call this a creole dish if you are using Asian ingredients like soy sauce, rice vinegar and rice noodles.

  • D M
    D M 9 months ago

    I came for the crab and left with the cadence

  • ph0sph0r
    ph0sph0r 9 months ago

    Crabs are so delicious species in the world.

  • Bob Bobete
    Bob Bobete 9 months ago +1

    you sound like seth rogan

  • Jullius Caesar
    Jullius Caesar 9 months ago

    Sometime you should make an april fools video.

  • Sizz XRK
    Sizz XRK 9 months ago

    Chef John is truly the Bob Ross of food.

  • Maruf Awal
    Maruf Awal 9 months ago

    Um is it weird that when I’m thinking to myself now after watching this video I talk like this chef? Almost like dr Seuss went to culinary school.

  • Jade Small
    Jade Small 9 months ago

    U trendingggg

  • A A
    A A 9 months ago


  • KallMe Kiki
    KallMe Kiki 9 months ago

    Looks Delicious 👍🍝🍴

  • Aweshniap
    Aweshniap 9 months ago

    That’s a vongole you uncultured swine “crab noodles” pffft

  • aluf mangoes
    aluf mangoes 9 months ago

    this is fake news

  • CertifiedDyme
    CertifiedDyme 9 months ago

    Made it last night and made the mistake of adding 1 TABLESPOON of cumin when i shoikd have added 1 TEASPOON of cumin , IT Was okay nut made it again JUST NOW and added the right amoubt of cumin lol took out the celery , also added onions and made it with shrimp abf loved it!

  • Terell Slaughter
    Terell Slaughter 9 months ago

    Sounds delish 😣

  • Brian Jackson
    Brian Jackson 9 months ago

    Looks great, I've had this dish at Peche in New Orleans. My favorite restaurant there.

  • SleeplessinOC
    SleeplessinOC 9 months ago +1

    Not good to watch when you’re hungry and have nothing to eat...

  • Sugar living my best life.

    Look deliciously 👀💕💕

  • Joe _
    Joe _ 9 months ago

    Wow looks great and easy to make

  • Chris A
    Chris A 9 months ago

    I wish you would show us how to make a Mardi Gras King Cake.

  • blizzaroxxx
    blizzaroxxx 9 months ago

    looks like shit

  • Ashley Ma
    Ashley Ma 9 months ago

    Why is this 22 in trending?!?!? 🤷🏻‍♀️

  • Eric Zhong
    Eric Zhong 9 months ago

    Chef John, can you please do caesar Salad!!!!!

  • Sea Sang
    Sea Sang 9 months ago

    This looks good, gonna try it today =)

  • Roland Neal
    Roland Neal 9 months ago

    My food wish is fried soft shell crab

  • Aubrey K
    Aubrey K 9 months ago

    I read this as ‘creole SCAB noodles’
    I fucking hate myself

  • Florian Miller
    Florian Miller 9 months ago

    reminds me of the sticky galic chops...the sauce was similar. garlic, fish sauce, hot sauce, ketchup, soy sauce, rice vinegar

  • Pris Ruiz
    Pris Ruiz 9 months ago +1

    Why does this guys voice slightly remind me of Seth Rogen?

  • Vivian Foster
    Vivian Foster 9 months ago

    You lost me at cumin. Gross.

  • Jeanne Menetre
    Jeanne Menetre 9 months ago +1


  • Kekarot
    Kekarot 9 months ago

    I still cant fucking stand this guys inflection. Is he autistic? not trying to be mean

  • Yarad Yisrayl
    Yarad Yisrayl 9 months ago

    Chapter 11:7 And the swine, though he divide the hoof, and be clovenfooted, yet he cheweth not the cud; he is unclean to you.
    8 Of their flesh shall ye not eat, and their carcase shall ye not touch; they are unclean to you.
    9 These shall ye eat of all that are in the waters: whatsoever hath fins and scales in the waters, in the seas, and in the rivers, them shall ye eat.
    10 And all that have not fins and scales in the seas, and in the rivers, of all that move in the waters, and of any living thing which is in the waters, they shall be an abomination unto you:
    11 They shall be even an abomination unto you; ye shall not eat of their flesh, but ye shall have their carcases in abomination.
    12 Whatsoever hath no fins nor scales in the waters, that shall be an abomination unto you.

    Chapter 66:
    15 For, behold, the LORD will come with fire, and with his chariots like a whirlwind, to render his anger with fury, and his rebuke with flames of fire.
    16 For by fire and by his sword will the LORD plead with all flesh: and the slain of the LORD shall be many.
    17 They that sanctify themselves, and purify themselves in the gardens behind one tree in the midst, eating swine's flesh, and the abomination, and the mouse, shall be consumed together, saith the LORD.

  • Aeloriel Rise
    Aeloriel Rise 9 months ago +1

    Chef John's food porn is trending!

  • HeroOfTime123
    HeroOfTime123 9 months ago +6

    The way he stresses his syllables toward the end of his statements triggers me. Other than that, he’s pretty cool

  • Matt Perrin
    Matt Perrin 9 months ago +12

    Why is this man talking like this it’s so irritating

    • Brian Tameta
      Brian Tameta 9 months ago +4

      Agreed. His inflection is annoying AF.

    • Peeze16
      Peeze16 9 months ago +3

      Matt Perrin yeah it's the worst

  • peach tea
    peach tea 9 months ago

    You sound just like neil degrasse tyson lol

  • CtheKill
    CtheKill 9 months ago +2

    holy shit why does he talk like that, its so annoying

  • Ger Yang
    Ger Yang 9 months ago

    You're trending!!!!!!!

  • Spiderland
    Spiderland 9 months ago +2

    Speak like a normal person.

  • Evelyn Blackwood
    Evelyn Blackwood 9 months ago +7

    Has anyone else noticed the annoying pattern in which he speaks?

  • Matt Schwei
    Matt Schwei 9 months ago

    Made it tonight. I felt like there was too much vnegar. Yes, I used seasoned rice vinegar. Maybe mine is a stronger variety? I did feel like 1/4 cup was kind of a lot when adding it. I'd half it next time.

  • Josiah Price
    Josiah Price 9 months ago +5

    I would really enjoy this if he didn't emphasize EVERY FUCKING WORD

  • Kimberly McGlone
    Kimberly McGlone 9 months ago

    Made this today and did not enjoy! First time this has happened with one of your recipes.

  • Josiah D.
    Josiah D. 9 months ago +6

    He puts the emphasis in weird spots in the sentence

  • Sofia and Gia -slime and fun!

    Please sub to this channel, every sub we get, we will release another video! Thank you!

  • Ashley Gulley
    Ashley Gulley 9 months ago

    This looks so good 😋😋😋

  • norina195
    norina195 9 months ago

    Congratulations, Chef John - you're no. 21 on Trending!

  • JoJo Mama
    JoJo Mama 9 months ago

    But if you use that pasturised(spelling?) blue crab meat try the best you can to use "jumbo lump" crab!

  • Michael T
    Michael T 9 months ago

    ketchup...ketchup REALLY! The second you say ketchup I have lost all interest.

  • Chris Cantu
    Chris Cantu 9 months ago +2

    Your talking patter is like stop and go traffic!!!!

    • MerlinsJester
      MerlinsJester 9 months ago

      Chris Cantu it’s an exaggerated method to ensure the listener is informed

  • Dark Delta
    Dark Delta 9 months ago

    A dish fit for a wok!

  • Jim Bo
    Jim Bo 9 months ago

    Hey Chef John, I love the show!!! Would you be willing to do a video on knives?

  • Johnathan Cooper
    Johnathan Cooper 9 months ago

    I buy garlic rice vinegar.

  • Albert Valencia
    Albert Valencia 9 months ago


  • stacy4422
    stacy4422 9 months ago

    HOT! me no like'y hot

    • stacy4422
      stacy4422 9 months ago

      is there such thing as NON spicy Asian Noodles?

  • Jenn Trump
    Jenn Trump 9 months ago

    What a great recipe. I make with shrimp and some ham.

  • BigMac Mick
    BigMac Mick 9 months ago

    Great work Chef John! btw if anyone needs support for their channel give me a sub and il return the favour :)

  • hersi madar
    hersi madar 9 months ago

    I love that man he makes me laugh.

  • Lucky Jester
    Lucky Jester 9 months ago

    Holy crap, people. Stop with the "Der! This isn't real creole. Stop saying it's creole. Creole. Der!" Just try and not be offended today. The guy's just trying to give us something good to make. Sheesh. He doesn't have the power to change your definition of creole food. Give us all a break. We get it. YOU know what creole REALLY is.

  • Connor Ferrante
    Connor Ferrante 9 months ago

    You're an amazing chef don't get me wrong, amazing tutorials. But dude your fucking voice sounds horrible. the way you enunciate words is way too extra. sound like you're reading a book with 12,000 commas in it. better to just have sound off and subtitles on

  • Greg Latiolais
    Greg Latiolais 9 months ago

    The holy trinity is onion,bell pepper & celery. There are no substitutions that retain that moniker. Green onion is used as a flavorful garnish in Cajun & creole cooking. Jalapeño is not used in either cultures dishes. Cayenne is,but it would never be substituted for bell pepper in the trinity. It seems silly in a way to take such a hard stance on a term for a grouping of vegetables,but when you misuse a term that is part of a proud heritage on a global platform,it creates misinformation that works to destroy that heritage. Watch your words please.