Pokémon Quest Recipes Guide: Ingredients, Dishes And How To Catch New Pokémon

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Pokémon Quest recipes are the most important thing to know in the new free-to-start RPG on Nintendo Switch. It’s more than likely that you will want to know how to catch new Pokémon as you explore Tumblecube Island, and, unlike the mainline games, this will require that you cook the ingredients that you start to collect on your expeditions.

As MoBee explains to you in the game, simply cooking up a storm will attract Pokémon. The pocket monsters that like the recipes that you cook will then visit your base camp, and you can choose to befriend them – something that is useful early on to expand your team beyond your starter Pokémon, Pidgey and Rattata.

Luckily, cooking is a simple gameplay mechanic in Pokémon Quest, simply challenging you to tap an ingredient to throw it in your cooking pot that, once filled, will start to be cooked – setting out on expeditions being how you pass the time until it is ready, or you can choose to use PM Tickets to speed things up.

You are free to experiment with the ingredients that you gather in Pokémon Quest, but, to save some time, we have worked to list the recipes that both ourselves and other players have been discovered so far.

Pokémon Quest Recipes

Recipe: Mulligan Stew à la Cube
Ingredients: Whatever ingredients you like
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of some Pokémon on Tumblecube Island

Recipe: Red Stew à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of red
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of reddish Pokémon

Recipe: Blue Soda à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of blue
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of bluish Pokémon

Recipe: Yellow Curry à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of yellow
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of yellowish Pokémon

Recipe: Gray Porridge à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of gray
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of grayish Pokémon

Recipe: Mouth-Watering Dip à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of soft things and a lot of blue
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Water-type Pokémon

Recipe: Plain Crepe à la Cube
Ingredients: A lot of sweet things and a few gray
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Normal-type Pokémon

Recipe: Sludge Soup à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of mushrooms and a lot of soft things
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Poison-type Pokémon

Recipe: Mud Pie à la Cube
Ingredients: A few minerals and a lot of soft things
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Ground-type Pokémon

Recipe: Veggie Smoothie à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of plants and a few soft things
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Grass-type Pokémon

Recipe: Honey Nectar à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of sweet things and a lot of yellow
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Bug-type Pokémon

Recipe: Brain Food à la Cube
Ingredients: A lot of sweet things and a few hard things
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Psychic-type Pokémon

Recipe: Stone Soup à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of hard things and a few minerals
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Rock-type Pokémon

Recipe: Light-as-Air Casserole à la Cube
Ingredients: A lot of minerals and a few plants
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Flying-type Pokémon

Recipe: Hot Pot à la Cube
Ingredients: A lot of mushrooms and a little red
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Fire-type Pokémon

Recipe: Watt a Risotto à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of soft things and a lot of yellow
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Electric-type Pokémon

Recipe: Get Swole Syrup à la Cube
Ingredients: A lot of sweet things and a few mushrooms
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of Fighting-type Pokémon

Recipe: Ambrosia of Legends à la Cube
Ingredients: A whole lot of mystical things
Pokémon It Attracts: Favorite food of extremely rare Pokémon

Pokémon Quest Ingredients

You will have noticed from the recipe list that different ingredient types are required to create them. These hints can be slightly vague to encourage you to experiment with whatever you have collected from your expeditions.

If you are looking for a few pointers to save you time, we’ve listed the ingredients and the words that are used to describe them to help you know what to throw into the cooking pot for a particular recipe:

Apricorns: yellow, hard, small, vegetables
Balm Mushrooms: grey, soft, precious, mushrooms
Big Roots: big, red, soft, precious, vegetables
Bluk Berries: blue, soft, small, sweet
Fossils: grey, hard, small, minerals
Honey: yellow, soft, precious, sweet
Icy Rocks: blue, hard, precious, minerals
Tiny Mushrooms: red, soft, small

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