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If I make a new recipe in Breath of the Wild, is it recorded anywhere? If so, how do I view the recipes I've discovered. I thought the help text indicated something like this when I first made something, however; I don't remember what it says or how to find my recipes.

  • Not sure there is an in-game log of them, but there's an entire wiki page on them you can look at which includes what goes in it, hearts restored etc. orcz.com/Breath_of_the_Wild:_Recipes – n_plum Mar 6 '17 at 20:49
  • Thank you for the link. However, I'm not as interested in having a list of recipes as much as I'm interested in having a list of recipes that I've personally encountered. – Jason Thompson Mar 7 '17 at 0:29
  • Figured I would share my findings, didn't think it was exactly what you were looking for :) – n_plum Mar 7 '17 at 0:47
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There is no "Recipe Log" in Breath of the Wild.

The closest you can get is by looking at a meal / elixir in your inventory, selecting it, and then selecting "Recipe" (instead of Eat / Drink, if you were consuming it).

This will tell you what ingredients were involved in its creation, even if you originally received the item as a reward (or were otherwise uninvolved in its manufacture).

So the "Recipe Log", as it were, is only as large as the number of cooked items you currently have on you.

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The other way to create a "Recipe Log". Is after you create something that you want to remember follow Sable Dreamer Answer's instructions

The closest you can get is by looking at a meal / elixir in your inventory, selecting it, and then selecting "Recipe" (instead of Eat / Drink, if you were consuming it).

Then take a screenshot on the Wii U or the Switch. This allows me to to quickly cycle thru my screenshots to find a Recipe for something I made in the past and is sorta a improvised "Recipe Log".

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