Creole Crab Noodles - Food Wishes - Spicy Crab Noodles

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  • Published on:  2/9/2018
  • 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 https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2018/... 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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  • Scott S
    Scott S 8 days ago

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

  • Steve Logan
    Steve Logan 1 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 3 months ago

    John is using more and more cayenne...

  • Greta mmm boi
    Greta mmm boi 5 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 6 months ago

    2:59
    OH NO ONE GOT AWAY!!!

  • Foodynator - Food, Cakes, Desserts & more!

    excellent video <33

  • David Preut
    David Preut 6 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
    DHEMITZ 6 months ago+1

    This is very good sauce recipe

  • Derek O'Connor
    Derek O'Connor 7 months ago

    Jumping green onion at 3:04 !

  • Toni Rocca
    Toni Rocca 7 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 7 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 7 months ago

    Some Garlic Bread would Go GREAT with this

  • SiriuslySirius
    SiriuslySirius 7 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 7 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 7 months ago

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

  • ace salyers
    ace salyers 7 months ago

    oyster spaghetti is good too

  • Yeeongg
    Yeeongg 7 months ago

    Fuck yea,I am trying to lose weight here

  • TheLiberalMachine
    TheLiberalMachine 7 months ago

    That was allot of cumin.

  • skullboy1977
    skullboy1977 7 months ago

    Oh my god that looks so good.