Pokémon Quest Recipes - All Ingredients and How to Unlock Every Pokémon

The four pots used in Pokémon Quest recipes.

The four pots used in Pokémon Quest recipes.

You're going to want to know every one of the 18 Pokémon Quest recipes if you're hoping to bring all 151 Pokémon into your expedition camp. Though it's a few years old now, this Nintendo Switch and mobile-compatible spin-off to the long-running franchise still has its fans. And whether you're coming in fresh or returning after a lengthy break, it's never too late to learn.

Pokémon Quest recipes aren't essential to your progress. They'll certainly help speed up your sprint across its mysteriously cubic island, but you can manage just fine by tossing any old ingredients into the pot and making do with your random results. For perfectionists and collectors, though, read on.

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Pokémon Quest recipes attract Pokémon of specific types or colours.
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What Are Pokémon Quest Recipes?

Before we blow your mind with a complete list of Pokémon Quest recipes, it's important to go over what they actually are.

Pokémon Quest recipes are precise lists of ingredients that, when combined, produce a set 'meal'. Each of the 18 meal possibilities has a chance to lure a particular type of Pokémon to your camp, adding them to your roster. As such, stocking up on specific ingredients and mixing them as per the Pokémon Quest recipes list can boost your chances of adding a certain Pokémon to your team.

All Pokémon Quest Recipes

Meal
Recipe
Lure Effect
Key Ingredients
Mulligan Stew
Any ingredients
Common Pokémon
Any
Red Stew
Mostly red ingredients
Reddish Pokémon
Big Root, Tiny Mushroom
Blue Soda
Mostly blue ingredients
Blueish Pokémon
Bluk Berry, Icy Rock
Yellow Curry
Mostly yellow ingredients
Yellowish Pokémon
Apricorn, Honey
Gray Porridge
Mostly Gray ingredients
Grayish Pokémon
Fossil, Balm Mushroom
Mouth-Watering Dip
Mostly soft ingredients and then lots of blue ingredients
Water-type Pokémon
Bluk Berry, Honey, Balm Mushroom, Big Root, Tiny Mushroom, Icy Rock
Plain Crepe
Lots of sweet ingredients and a few gray ingredients
Normal-type Pokémon
Bluk Berry, Apricorn, Balm Mushroom, Fossil
Sludge Soup
Mostly mushrooms and then lots of soft ingredients
Poison-type Pokémon
Tiny Mushroom, Balm Mushroom, Honey, Bluck Berry, Big Root
Mud Pie
A few minerals and then lots of soft ingredients
Ground-type Pokémon
Fossil, Balm Mushroom, Honey, Bluk Berry, Big Room, Tiny Mushroom
Veggie Smoothie
Mostly plants and a few soft ingredients
Grass-type Pokémon
Big Root, Apricorn, Tiny Mushroom, Honey, Balm Mushroom
Honey Nectar
Mostly sweet ingredients and then lots of yellow ingredients
Bug-type Pokémon
Honey, Apricorn, Bluk Berry
Brain Food
Lots of sweet ingredients and then a few hard ingredients
Psychic-type Pokémon
Bluk Berry, Honey, Fossil, Apricorn, Icy Rock
Stone Soup
Mostly hard ingredients and a few minerals
Rock-type Pokémon
Fossil, Icy Rock, Apricorn
Light-as-Air Casserole
Lots of minerals and a few plants
Flying-type Pokémon
Fossil, Icy Rock, Apricorn, Big Root
Hot Pot
Lots of mushrooms and a few red ingredients
Fire-type Pokémon
Tiny Mushroom, Big Root, Balm Mushroom
Watt a Risotto
Mostly soft ingredients and lots of yellow
Electric-type Pokémon
Honey, Bluk Berry, Big Root, Apricorn Tiny Mushroom, Balm Mushroom
Get Swole Syrup
Lots of sweet ingredients and then a few mushrooms
Fighting-type Pokémon
Honey, Bluk Berry, Balm Mushroom, Tiny Mushroom
Ambrosia of Legends
Mystical ingredients
Legendary Pokémon
Mystical Shell

Pokémon Quest recipes ask for many types of things, specifically balanced, and even in a particular order. You're given a good clue as to what's needed on each of the Pokémon Quest recipe cards, but as you can only see these after unlocking them by accidentally making them, following the recipe table above can help.

The Pokémon Quest recipes screen.
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How Do I Use Pokémon Quest Recipes?

To make Pokémon Quest recipes, you need access to one of the four Cooking Pots you can place in your camp. On this screen, you'll be able to toss ingredients in your inventory into the pot. Then, once you complete enough quests, the dish will finish and lure a compatible Pokémon to the camp.

The Pokémon's level depends on the size of the pot you use, which you can swap out using the button in the bottom-left of the cookie screen. Bigger pots unlock as you progress through the game and require more ingredients to cook the same Pokémon Quest recipes as a result.

We've included viable ingredients for each recipe in the final column, and as they're even listed in the general order of importance, you should be able to follow along with ease. Just take note of how the recipe calls for the ingredients to be distributed and select the appropriate ones from your inventory on the cooking screen.

Here's a breakdown of how the recipe requests work:

  • Amount = the general ratio of the required ingredients
    • Whole lot = The pot should be around 80% of ingredients of that type
    • A lot = The pot should be around 60% of the ingredients of that type
    • A few = The pot should be <60% of ingredients of that type
  • Soft/Hard = The texture of the ingredient (typically mentioned in the description)
  • Soft = Tiny Mushroom, Big Root, Bluk Berry, Honey, Balm Mushroom
  • Hard = Fossil, Apricorn, Icy Rock
  • Type = the classification of the ingredient
    • Mushroom = Tiny Mushroom, Balm Mushroom
    • Plant = Big Root, Apricorn
    • Sweet = Honey, Bluk Berry
    • Mineral = Fossil, Icy Rock
  • Colour = The colour of the ingredient
    • Red = Tiny Mushroom, Big Root
    • Blue = Bluk Berry, Icy Rock
    • Yellow = Apricorn, Honey
    • Gray = Fossil, Balm Mushroom

While most ingredients used in Pokémon Quest recipes fit into specific classifications, the Rainbow Matter does it all. Though far more difficult to come by, Rainbow Matter can substitute any other ingredient in the dish. So if one of the Pokémon Quest recipes calls for a whole lot of one particular type of ingredient, you can use the Rainbow Matter to tip you over that requirement if you don't have enough of the dedicated ingredient.

Certain camp decorations can help you get ingredients for Pokémon Quest recipes.
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How Can I Get More Ingredients for Pokémon Quest Recipes?

If you're looking for a very specific Pokémon, you'll probably need to make one of the Pokémon Quest recipes more than once. And if you're trying for a high-level Pokémon, you'll need a lot of ingredients to fill the cooking pots.

To speed up the process of farming ingredients, you can use tickets to buy camp furniture that increases the amount of a specific ingredient you can obtain at the end of any given mission. For instance, you can buy the Blastoise Fountain to double your yield of blue ingredients like the Bluk Berry and Icy Rock.

And that's your lot on Pokémon Quest recipes. By ensuring you follow along with their requirements, you'll be able to make top-notch Pokémon Quest grub capable of luring god-tier Pokémon to your cubic ranch.

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