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Birria Ramen

Birria Ramen

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Birria Ramen is a mouthwatering fusion dish that blends the savory depth of birria with the straightforward delight of ramen, resulting in a steaming bowl of noodle soup that's both simple to prepare and satisfying. The dish features tender chuck roast slow-cooked in a rich beef broth with aromatic spices, offering a tantalizing flavor experience that unites the best of both cuisines in one delicious bowl.

History of Birria

Birria, with its deep-rooted history, holds a special place in Mexican culinary heritage. Originating in Jalisco, Mexico, this dish has evolved over generations, adapting to changing tastes and preferences. The term "birria" is believed to be derived from the Spanish word "biru," meaning a small herd of goats, as goat meat was traditionally used in its preparation. However, birria's popularity has led to the use of various cuts of beef available at your local grocery store, making it accessible to a wider audience.
This beloved Mexican dish is often associated with special occasions, such as weddings and religious festivals. The secret to birria's extraordinary flavor lies in the slow-cooking process, where cuts of beef are simmered in a rich, slow-cooked beef broth infused with aromatic spices like bay leaves and dried chili peppers. The result is a tantalizing and deeply satisfying dish that has stood the test of time.

History of Ramen

Ramen, a Japanese comfort food phenomenon, boasts a fascinating history shaped by culinary innovation and cultural exchange. Its roots can be traced back to Chinese immigrants who introduced their noodle-making expertise to Japan in the late 19th century, initially creating a soy sauce-based noodle soup. This early influence is still evident in modern ramen recipes, where soy sauce is often used for flavor.
In post-World War II Japan, ramen stalls and restaurants became popular, offering an affordable and hearty meal during a challenging time. This era also saw the emergence of quick and easy "instant ramen," providing convenience without compromising flavor. Today, ramen is celebrated globally, with regional variations and signature styles, all made with soft, medium-high heat-boiled noodles that absorb the essence of various broths.


  • 4-5 dried Guajillo chili peppers
  • 4-5 dried Ancho chili peppers
  • 2-3 dried Pasilla chili peppers
  • 1-2 dried Chipotle chili peppers (or canned in adobo sauce)
  • 3-4 lbs Chuck roast (beef)
  • 1 small bunch Green onions
  • Half a bunch of Cilantro
  • 4-5 cloves Garlic
  • 2 Limes
  • Dan-O's Spicy
  • Pacifico beer (Optional)
  • 2 cups of Beef stock
  • Instant ramen noodles
  • 1 White onion

Preparation Instructions

  1. Begin by boiling water and adding dried chili peppers to infuse your beef broth with a spicy kick.
  2. Place the chuck roast in your slow cooker for a tender and flavorful result.
  3. Create your savory sauce using beef broth, soy sauce, aromatic bay leaves, a small bushel of green onions, half a bushel of cilantro, garlic, and the juice of one lime. At this stage, add your Dan-O's Spicy to the sauce (to taste).
  4. Pour the sauce over the chuck roast, allowing it to slow-cook for about two hours until it reaches a delectable tenderness.
  5. Shred the meat using two forks for a delightful, slow-cooked texture.
  6. Boil your instant ramen noodles according to the package instructions.
  7. Serve by placing the cooked ramen noodles in a bowl, topping them with the savory birria, and garnishing with chopped white onion, fresh cilantro, and a squeeze of lime.


2 Responses

  1. No measurements are on this recipe. Can you please provide. I bought the spices and they arrived yesterday. I would like to make this today.

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