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Beef Ramen Recipes

Ramen Taco Pasta


Beef ramen is one of the most popular flavors of ramen available. We love it too- so here are a few really great recipes that use either beef flavored ramen, or contain beef ( be it ground, grilled, fried, baked, etc).





  1. Beef Tomato Ramen Noodle Skillet
  2. Beef & Veggie Ramen
  3. Cheesy Chili Ramen
  4. Cheesy Ramen Meat Pie
  5. Cheesy Ramen Meat Pie #2
  6. Chili Ramen
  7. Chinese Beef & Pea Pod Ramen
  8. DeCarli’s Ramen Dish
  9. Da Mainland Style Beef Ramen
  10. Doodle Noodle Ramen Patties
  11. E-Z Does it Azian
  12. Faux Pho Ramen
  13. Hamburger Ramen
  14. Taco Ramen
  15. Jail House Ramen Pizza
  16. Kibbee Ramen
  17. Lasagna Ramen
  18. Sloppy Joe Ramen
  19. Spicy Beef Ramen Noodle Soup
  20. Pineapple Meatballs Ramen
  21. Pizza Ramen
  22. Ramen Pizza Dish
  23. Ramsagna
  24. Sloppy Joe Ramen
  25. Spicy Beef Ramen Noodle Soup
  26. Spicy Ramen Pasta
  27. Taco Ramen
  28. Taco Ramen Salad
  29. Teriyaki Chow Mein

Feel free to share your favorite ramen recipes with us as well!

Pepperoni Paradise Pizza Ramen

Pepperoni Pizza Ramen Recipe

Here I am eating a bowl of Ramen and my brother decided to be the good guy and bring home pizza.  Now I am not a wasteful person, and ramen doesn’t store well after it is cooked, AND pizza is just too good to pass up. Hence Pizza Ramen was born. With a few tweaks from the original recipe I give you the new and improved pizza ramen.

Here’s what’s in it:

  • Handful of Pepperoni, quartered
  • 1/2 diced Tomatoes
  • 1 packet beef ramen & the seasoning packet
  • 1/8 tsp italian seasoning
  • dash dried basil


Ok, first to clear things up you can use canned tomatoes or fresh ones it doesn’t matter to me.

Boil your 2 cups of water for your ramen. While you are doing this take your pepperoni and cut it into quarters. (Assuming that your pepperoni is pre-sliced). You don’t have to do this but if you don’t they tend to clump together and while the result is an amazing hunk of warm pepperoni; you don’t have any more in your soup.

As soon as the water starts to boil add your noodles and pepperoni.  Wait about a minute then add your tomatoes., keep cooking. When your three minutes are up and your ramen is finished cooking feel free to add a couple of pepperonis on the top and have at it. Feel free to top it with a sprinkle of mozzarella cheese if you happen to have some on hand and this is really great served with old pizza crusts (or breadsticks). Feel Free

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