Youtuber Pwnapplez has returned with another video with step-by-step instructions to create a dish that would tantalize even Link’s tastebuds! This new video in the Cucco’s Kitchen series focuses on the recipe for Creamy Heart Soup and Electro Elixir, which are two of the concoctions that Link cooks up in Breath of the Wild.

First up, the chef has a little fun with some Zelda references. Being a voe, he can’t very well march into Gerudo Town for the recipe and he has no vai clothes to sneak into town either! Instead he turns his attention to the Legends Cookbook, of which he is the lead chef.

Pwnapplez then lists the required ingredients to recreate the signature dish and even gives the option to replicate how the dish looks in the game! The dish is made up mainly of fruit and vegetables, such as cucumber, tomato, peppers, melon, and more, with some seasoning added in as well. The chef then instructs viewers on the slicing and dicing of the ingredients and explains just what temperatures are best for sautéing the radishes. The next step includes blending the ingredients together for that fresh, smooth texture and, of course, the chef wastes nothing as he shows how to use the remaining part of the melon to make a bowl for the soup! Last, but not least, the chef instructs viewers on how to garnish the dish by decorating it to look just like the Creamy Heart Soup from Link’s own inventory!

After trying his latest dish, Pwnapplez turns his attention to the recipe for Electro Elixir, and he just happens to have half a dragon fruit left over from cooking up his Creamy Heart Soup; perfect for this potion! This recipe involves a splash of alcohol which comes in the form of white rum. But not to worry, he has included an alternative ingredient in the form of Sprite, which can be used when mixing the elixir for “Young Links”. The chef also uses mint leaves, sugar, lime juice, pineapple juice, club soda and a lime wedge to concoct his cocktail. Some viewers may recognize these ingredients as the same that go into the mixing of a Mohito, and they wouldn’t be wrong, as Pwnapplez points out that the real world equivalent of the Electro Elixir is in fact the popular summer drink. With a “Bottoms up!” the chef takes a drink of the refreshing cocktail and couldn’t be more pleased with the result.

I think the Creamy Heart Soup looked so delicious and my mouth is watering for the Electro Elixir!

If you’re interested in even more Breath of the Wild-inspired recipes, the Legends Cookbook will be launching a Kickstarter campaign in early 2019. Be sure to check out the Legends Cookbook on Twitter for more information.

What do you think of the recipes?  Would you try them at home?  Let us know in the comments below!

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