Pokemon Quest Recipe and Cooking Guide

Starter recipes and how cooking works in Pokemon Quest.

You may go hunting for Pokemon in most other games in the series, but in Pokemon Quest, you have to put your cooking skills to the test and whip up some Pokemon delicacies to lure them to your camp.

The cooking system you have to deal with in Pokemon Quest is fairly simple and the dish descriptions point you in the direction you need to go to make the recipe perfect. So how does it work? Here's how you can cook up the right stuff to bring all the Pokemon to your yard.

Ingredients & Cooking

The table below is filled with some of the known recipes for each dish, but in order to strike out on your own, you need to know about each of the game's ingredients and what their qualities are. Here's a quick rundown:

Ingredient Color Qualities + Type
 Tiny Mushroom Red Mushroom
Soft
Small
 Bluk Berry Blue Sweet
Soft
Small
Apricorn Yellow Plant
Hard
Small
 Fossil Gray Mineral
Hard
Small
Big Root (Big) Red Plant
Soft
Precious
 Icy Rock (Big) Blue Mineral
Hard
Precious
 Honey (Big) Yellow Sweet
Soft
Precious
 Balm Mushroom (Big) Gray Mushroom
Soft
Precious

 

Past these ingredients are the two Rainbow ingredients, which can substitute any other type of ingredient and seem to be used for the rarest dish of them all: Ambrosia of Legends.

You need to know the food qualities and types so you can piece together the recipe hints to make them on your own. The recipe list below only goes so far -- there are definitely more combinations to these dishes.

Past the ingredients, there are still a few things to know about the cooking system. For instance:

  • Using an ingredient with the "Precious" quality may attract more rare Pokemon than the typical sizes, all "big" ingredients are Precious

  • The amount indicated in the recipe description indicates the amount of a type of ingredient to be used, and can be used to figure out recipes on your own:
    • "A little" likely equates to 1 or more
    • "A few" likely equates to 2 or more
    • "A lot" likely equates to 3 or more
    • "A whole lot" likely equates to 4 or more

Discovered Recipe Combinations

The lists of potential Pokemon are by no means complete but are there to give you an idea of what you might be able to get from each dish. Some have no entries as it stands! This section will be fleshed out as we learn more.

Recipe Name Ingredients Potential Pokemon
 Mulligan Stew  Random ingredients  [Random Pokemon] Magmar, Ponyta, Lickitung, Jigglypuff, Clefairy
 Red Stew
"A whole lot of red."
4 Red + 1 any
or
5 Red
[Red Pokemon] Goldeen, Charmander, Vulpix, Porygon, Diglett
 Blue Soda
"A whole lot of blue."
 4 Blue + 1 any
or
5 Blue
[Blue Pokemon] Machop, Dratini, Koffing, Tentacool
 Yellow Curry
"A whole lot of yellow."
 4 Yellow + 1 any
or
5 Yellow
[Yellow Pokemon] Psyduck, Drowzee, Abra, Bellsprout, Weedle
 Gray Porridge
"A whole lot of gray."
 4 Gray + 1 any
or
5 Gray
[Gray Pokemon] Rhyhorn, Mr. Mime, Onix, Clefairy, Oddish
 Mouth-watering Dip
"A whole lot of soft things and a lot of blue"
2 Red + 3 Blue [Water-type Pokemon] Slowpoke
 Plain Crepe
"A lot of sweet things and a few gray."
 2 Gray + 3 Blue
or
2 Gray + 3 Big Yellow
[Normal-type Pokemon] Pidgey
 Sludge Soup
"A whole lot of mushrooms and a lot of sweet things."
3 Red + 2 Big Gray [Ground-type Pokemon]  
Mud Pie
"A few minerals and a whole lot of soft things."
2 Big Blue + 3 Big Red
or
2 Big Blue + 2 Big Red + 1 Big Grey
[Poison-type Pokemon]
 Veggie Smoothie
"A whole lot of plants and a few soft things."
2 Big Red + 3 Yellow  [Grass-type Pokemon] Bulbasaur
 Honey Nectar
"A whole lot of sweet things and a lot of yellow."
??? [Bug-type Pokemon]
 Brain Food
"A lot of sweet things and a few hard things."
3 Blue + 2 Yellow
or
2 Red + 2 Blue + 1 Big Yellow
[Psychic-type Pokemon]
 Light-as-air Casserole
"A lot of minerals and a few plants."
3 Gray + 2 Yellow
or
3 Big Blue + 2 Yellow
[Flying-type Pokemon]
 Stone Soup
"A whole lot of hard things and a few minerals."
2 Gray + 3 Yellow
or
2 Gray + 3 Big Blue
[Rock-type Pokemon] Venonat, Geodude
 Hot Pot
"A lot of mushrooms and a little red."
3 Red + 2 any (not Red)  [Fire-type Pokemon] Vulpix
 Watt a Risotto
"A whole lot of soft things and a lot of yellow."
 2 Big Yellow + 3 Red  [Electric-type Pokemon]
 Get Swole Syrup
"A lot of sweet things and a few mushrooms."
???  [Fighting-type Pokemon]
 Ambrosia of Legends
"A whole lot of mystical things."
(Probably 5 Rainbow)  [Rare Pokemon]

 

This is very much a work in progress as Pokemon Quest is brand new. Look for updates to this article and more Pokemon Quest guides here on GameSkinny!

Published May. 30th 2018

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