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Dale Talde's Thanksgiving ramen recipe packs all your favorite traditional flavors into one hearty bowl of holiday noodles.

New York City chef Dale Talde is a former Top Chef star and co-owner of a growing mini-empire of Brooklyn restaurants with partners David Massoni and John Bush (the Three Kings, if you will). These include his namesake Talde, with additional locations in Jersey City and Miami, and the seasonal Thistle Hill Tavern.

We’ve asked chef to slide us some of our favorite recipes from TALDE. Coming straight from the kitchen of TALDE Miami Beach in the Confidante Hotel, this ingenious full Thanksgiving dinner in the form of a lovely bowl of ramen is one of them. With turkey, stuffing, cranberries and creamed spinach wontons, TALDE Miami Beach’s Thanksgiving ramen is an impressive new way to fuse traditional holiday food with the Asian staples you crave. Make it at home and see for yourself — it’s a labor of love, but well worth the effort. If you find yourself in Miami, it will be offered at the restaurant the whole month of November

This recipe calls for a play on tare, a thick Japanese soy dressing and dipping sauce. If you can’t find it at your Asian grocery, you can substitute good-quality soy sauce.