Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Meals: what we know so Far

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In the world of Zelda, meals play an important role in helping Link on his quest. From restoring health to granting temporary buffs, a well-cooked meal can mean the difference between victory and defeat. The upcoming game, Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, is no exception.

Fans are eagerly anticipating what new culinary delights they will encounter on their journey through Hyrule.

Not only do meals in provide gameplay benefits, but they also add depth to the game’s lore and world-building. Different regions of Hyrule have their own unique culinary traditions and ingredients, and learning about them can be a fun and immersive aspect of the game.

For example, in the Gerudo Desert, players may encounter dishes featuring cacti and spicy peppers, reflecting the region’s hot and arid climate. In contrast, the lush forests of the Faron region may offer dishes featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, while the snowy mountains of Hebra may feature hearty stews and warming drinks.

The cooking mechanics in Zelda have also evolved over the years, with more complex recipes and cooking tools being introduced in later games. Players may have to experiment with different combinations of ingredients and cooking methods to create the perfect dish, adding an element of strategy and creativity to the game.

Overall, meals in Zelda serve as more than just a gameplay mechanic. They are a window into the rich and diverse world of Hyrule, and an important part of the game’s immersive experience. Fans can look forward to discovering new dishes and culinary traditions in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, and perhaps even learn a thing or two about cooking along the way.

In this article, we’ll take a look at what we know so far about the meals in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, including new recipes, cooking mechanics, and more.

Walk Thru Gaming has put together a Tears of the Kingdom database of all the meals based on trailer footage.

Meal Name
Cream of Vegetable Soup
Creamy Seafood Soup
Pepper Seafood
Glazed Veggies
Frozen Hearty Bass
Toasty Endura Shroom
Roasted Whole Bird
Seared Prime Steak
Roasted Tree Nut
Tough Meat-Stuffed Pumpkin
Crab Omelet with Rice
Sizzlefin Trout
Spicy Elixir
Egg Pudding
Glazed Mushrooms
Monster Stew
Curry Pilaf
Copious Simmered Fruit
Roasted Swift Carrot
Seared Gourmet Steak
Spicy Pepper Steak
Roasted Hearty Bass
Salt-Grilled Fish
Frozen Hearty Salmon
Splash Fruit
Creamy Heart Soup
Sneaky Elixir
Meat and Seafood Fry
Egg Tart
Prime Meat and Seafood Fry
Vegetable Omelet
Seared Steak
Roasted Bird Thigh
Toasty Sunshroom
Roasted Bass
Salt-Grilled Gourmet Meat
Icy Gourmet Meat
Sneaky River Snail
Hearty Elixir
Keese Eyeball
Red Chuchu Jelly
Rock Salt
Zonai Charge
Fire Fruit
Bird Egg
James Laight

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