The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a wide open world where Link can do just about anything–including put together a warm meal over a cooking fire. It’s easy to spend just as much time hunting for fruit, vegetables, and meat as it is looking for the Master Sword. And, believe it or not, it’s just about as fun.
To cook a meal fit for a hero, all you need is a cooking pot with a lit fire. Select “Hold” on the ingredients in your inventory, and if you’re standing close enough to the pot, close the inventory and press the “Cook” button when you’re ready.
While there are many practical and simple recipes for the legendary hero to eat to restore his hearts, like mushrooms and steak on a skewer, Nintendo also included a number of treats for Link’s sweet tooth. Here’s a cheat sheet with just a few recipes to help you make your journey across the wilds of Hyrule even sweeter.
- Mighty Milk: 4 Mighty Bananas, Fresh Milk
- Chilly Fruit Pie: 2 Hydromelons, Tabantha Wheat, Cane Sugar, Goat Butter
- Hasty Apple Pie: Apple, Fleet-Lotus Seeds, Tabantha Wheat, Cane Sugar, Goat Butter
- Nutcake: Tabantha Wheat, Goat Butter, Cane Sugar, Acorn
- Energizing Honey Crepe: Bird Egg, Fresh Milk, Tabantha Wheat, Cane Sugar, Courser Bee Honey
Tip: You can find most of these ingredients in the towns and villages of Hyrule.
Want to make a Breath of the Wild treat in real life? Of course you do! Cucco’s Kitchen has you covered with a simple how-to for mouth-watering baked apples.
While Cucco’s Kitchen’s chef Peter calls the recipe “Baked Apples” after the dish discovered early in Link’s adventure, it’s very close to another recipe in Breath of the Wild: Hot Buttered Apples. Either way, the sweet apples slathered in butter and cinnamon will give anyone a warm feeling in their heart container.
What’s your favorite dish to make in Breath of the Wild? Share the recipe in the comments.
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