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In-Game Description
Cooking Effects
Common Locations
Hearts
Baked Hearts
Cooked Hearts
Apple A common fruit found on trees all around Hyrule. Eat it fresh, or cook it to increase its effect.
0 1
Armored Carp Calcium deposits in the scales of this ancient fish make them as hard as armor. Cooking it into a dish will fortify your bones, temporarily increasing your defense. 1 2
Armored Porgy This porgy's body is covered in armor-hard scales. The compounds in its scales, when cooked into a dish, fortify your bones and temporarily boost your defense. 1 2
Bird Egg A fresh bird egg necessary for making dishes such as omelets and crepes. You can snag them from birds' nests if you're sneaky. Nutritious and delicious, perfect.
1 2
Bird Egg A fresh bird egg necessary for making dishes such as omelets and crepes. You can snag them from birds' nests if you're sneaky. Nutritious and delicious, perfect.
1 2
Bladed Rhino Beetle This beetle's razor-sharp horns demand that you handle it with care. Boil the horns alongside monster parts to concoct an elixir that will raise your attack power.
Blue Nightshade A plant that grows in quieter areas of Hyrule. At night, it gives off a soft glow. Cook with it to increase your stealth.
Bokoblin Fang A tooth obtained from a Bokoblin. It's worn down and not very sharp, but it's still pretty hard. Cook it alongside a critter to make an elixir.
Bokoblin Horn The severed horn of a Bokoblin, a creature often encountered on the plains of Hyrule. It isn't edible, but it can be tossed into a stew with some critters to make an elixir.
Chickaloo Tree Nut Small birds love this nut. You can eat it raw for a minor effect, but it can also be added as a spice to other recipes.
0 1
Chickaloo Tree Nut Small birds love this nut. You can eat it raw for a minor effect, but it can also be added as a spice to other recipes.
0 1
Chuchu Jelly A gelatinous substance that came from a Chuchu. It's unusable in this state, but applying a bit of elemental stimulation will change its form.
Electric Keese Wing A rare Electric Keese wind. The part of the Electric Keese that produces electricity is not in its wings, so it won't shock you. Toss it in with some critters to make elixirs.
Energetic Rhino Beetle This valuable beetle can live up to ten years. When cooked with monster parts, its impressive vitality translates into an elixir that will greatly restore your stamina.
Hearty Bass This large fish lives near the shoreline. Its sizable body can restore a lot of nutrient. When cooked into a dish, it will temporarily increase your maximum hearts. 3 Full recovery
Hearty Blueshell Snail This snail lives on sandy beaches in large numbers. Its flesh contains a high amount of stimulants, so when cooked into a dish, it temporarily increases your maximum hearts. 4 Full recovery
Hearty Durian This fruit's mighty odor has earned it the nickname "king of fruits." It offers immense restorative powers; dishes cooked with it will temporarily increase your maximum hearts. 4 Full recovery
Hearty Lizard This rare lizard lives deep in the forests. It feeds on high-nutrient foods, giving it great vitality. When used to make elixirs, they temporarily increase your maximum hearts.
Full recovery
Hearty Radish A rare radish that grows best in sunny plains. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your maximum hearts. 3 Full recovery
Hightail Lizard A lizard found throughout Hyrule. It's a bit slow to react at times, but if given a chance to escape, it will dart off quickly. Cook it with monster parts for a speed-boosting elixir.
Hinox Guts A giant, smelly Hinox organ of unknown function. Upon closer inspection, it appears to be quivering, It can be used to make an elixir, but some say it has other uses, as well.
Hinox Toenail A nail obtained from a Hinox. It's as thick as a plate of armor and can be stewed with critters to make elixirs.
Hinox Tooth A tooth obtained from a Hinox. It's so large, it's hard to believe it's a real tooth. It can be used to make elixirs.
Hylian Shroom A common fmushroom found near trees around Hyrule. Eat it to restore half a heart.
1 1
Hyrule Bass An ordinary fish that can be found all over Hyrule. Can be eaten raw, but cooking it amplifies its healing benefits.
1 2
Ironshell Crab This crab's shell is particularly hard. When cooked into a dish, its fat and meat bolster the body to increase your defense. 1 2
Ironshroom The cap of this mushroom is very hard. Use it when cooking to prepare a dish that increases your defense. 0 1
Keese Eyeball A rare material dropped by a defeated Keese. It's fun to look at, but it doesn't seem to have much use at first glance. But it must be good for something…
Keese Wing The wing of a Keese. It's covered with very short, sharp fur. It's not much use by itself, but you can mix it with critters to make something useful.
Mighty Porgy This ocean-dwelling fish comes with one rude attitude. The compounds in its flesh elevate your competitive spirit when it's cooked into a dish, thus increasing your attack power. 1 2
Mighty Thistle This medicinal plant is known for its sharp thorns and for the fruit it bears. The fruit contains a compound that increases attack power when cooked into a dish.
0
Moblin Fang A sharp fang obtained from a Moblin. It's too hard to be reshaped into a tool, but it can be tossed into a stew with some critters to create elixirs.
Moblin Horn This splendid horn once grew atop the head of a Moblin. It can't be used in normal food recipes, but it does have some use as an ingredient in making elixirs.
Octo Balloon This inflatable Octorok organ has a lot of lift, so attach it to items you want to see float. Hold it in your hands, and then place it on an object to attach it.
Octorok Eyeball This can only be obtained from an Octorok-type enemy. You can sell it to a store, or you can make elixirs with it, but it may have other uses, as well.
Octorok Tentacle This can only be obtained from an Octorok-type enemy. It's too acidic for cooking, but it's highly valued as an ingredient for elixirs.
Palm Fruit Fruit from palm trees that grow near the ocean. It doesn't offer any special effects but will increase your heart recovery when used as an ingredient.
1 2
Raw Bird Drumstick This meat is tougher and chewier than a standard steak. Tastes better cooked.
1 2
Razorclaw Crab This crab is well known for its exceptionally sharp pincers. When cooked, the strength compound in its claws will increase your attack power. 1 2
Restless Cricket A very energetic cricket. Cook it with monster parts to create a stamina-recovery elixir.
Sanke Carp This wild armored carp has been bred into a prizewinning fish. Its beautifully colored markings do not occur in nature. It offers no special effects when cooked.
1 2
Silent Princess This lovely flower was said to have been a favorite of the princess of Hyrule. Once feared to have gone extinct, it's recently been spotted growing in the wild. 2
Silent Shroom A strange mushroom that glows quietly in the forest at night. Cooking it into a dish unlocks the nutrients in its cap, resulting in a meal that will allow you to move stealthily. 0 1
Sneaky River Snail This large, glow-in-the-dark snail lives in fresh water. When cooked into a dish, it heightens your senses so you can move about silently. 1 2
Staminoka Bass This Hyrule bass got to be the biggest fish by never getting caught (until now). Its long life results in a cooked dish that will restore a lot of stamina. 1 2
Sunset Firefly These fireflies glow gently in the dark. When cooked with monster parts, the compound that causes it to glow results in an elixir that will allow you to move more quietly.
Yellow Chuchu Jelly A jiggly substance that came from an Electric Chuchu. Electricity pulses through its gelatinous mass. If struck, it will explode in a burst of electric current.