How to make Carrot Stew in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

Totk Carrot Stew Cooking At Lookout Landing
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In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you’ll likely spend a lot of time experimenting with the different dishes you can make. Some of them are quite simple, requiring a couple of ingredients (or even fewer). Others are considerably more complex. Here is our guide on how to make Carrot Stew in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Tears of the Kingdom – how to make Carrot Stew

A lot of my favorite dishes require only a bunch of the same ingredient, such as Simmered Tomatoes. However, there are some dishes with neat effects that go beyond health restoration. Those recipes tend to involve a bit more creativity. You may have to travel all over Hyrule to secure the required ingredients.

To make Carrot Stew, you need to combine Fresh Milk, Goat Butter, Tabantha Wheat, and one of the types of carrot. The carrot you choose will determine the precise output. Either way, it’s going to be good.

Totk Carrot Stew Recipe

Screenshot by PC Invasion

The bulk of the ingredients required to make Carrot Stew are available for sale at the General Store in Hateno Village. Fresh Milk costs 12 rupees, Goat Butter costs 12 rupees, and Swift Carrots cost 16 rupees. Endura Carrots are a much rarer item, but we have a guide available on how to get Endura Carrots that should help with your search.

The final ingredient in your stew is Tabantha Wheat which, true to its name, grows in the chilly Tabantha region south of Rito Village. It doesn’t actually sit out in the open as an obvious item to harvest. Instead, you have to swing your sword around in areas with a lot of grass growing. Sometimes, you’ll reveal the wheat, or surprise a Hot-Footed Frog. The store in Rito Village also claims to sell the wheat, but you won’t find it there while the storm is in place.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available from the Nintendo Store.

Jason Venter
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Jason Venter is a contributing writer for PC Invasion since 2022 who can trace his love for video games back to the Apple IIe port of Mario Bros. in the late 80s. He remains a diehard Nintendo fan to this day and loves JRPGs, adventure games, and platformers in particular, but he still plays games in most genres and on most hardware. After founding indie gaming site HonestGamers in 1998, he served as an editor at Hardcore Gamer Magazine during its entire print run. He has since freelanced for a variety of leading sites including IGN, GameSpot, and Polygon. These days, he spends most of his time writing game guides and entertaining readers with his fantasy novels.