Cooking plays a very important role in Red Dead Redemption 2. Food allows you to recover your health and also restore stamina cores. Since its crucial to your survival, our Red Dead Redemption 2 Cooking Recipes Guide will help you learn all about crafting these delicious recipes.
Red Dead Redemption 2 Cooking Recipes
You can restore your health by cooking different types of food such as animal meat and fish. These types of foods are discovered by Arthur which enables you to cook them and restore your Health, Stamina, and Dead Eye cores when setting up a camp.
The maximization of your health depends upon the quality of food you’re taking. The better the quality of the food, the more you’ll increase your health. Also, for even more gains, you can use Herbs as spices.
In order to use spices to augment your meals, you will have to use a grill – and Arthur won’t have one to begin with.
However, once you go hunting with Hosea Matthews during the Chapter 2 Mission – Exit Pursued by a Bruised Ego, you’ll find that your campfire now has a grill attached for additional bonus effects – but only when camping via a horse with your main saddle
Arthur will learn new recipes from characters and can also purchase them from certain locations. To cook recipes, you’ll have to set a camp.
After setting a camp, you can select the “Cook Food” option from the list of available food items. You can eat it when the food is ready or save it for later when you’ll need.
There are a lot of different recipes and this RDR2 Cooking Guide will guide you about the effective ones. Check out the table below to know about the cooking recipe, ingredients required, and their main effects on your health and cores.
For the recipes listen below, you can use the acquired meat along with Oregano and Thyme to cook your food. With mint, you can increase your stamina, and with thyme and oregano you can increase your health
|Required Ingredients||How to Get||Base Recipe||With Thyme||With Oregano||With Mint|
|Stringy||Armadillo, Badger, Bat, Beaver, Chipmunk, Coyote, Fox, Muskrat, Opossum, Raccoon, Rat, Skunk, Snake, Squirrel||Plain Stringy Meat||Non-Seasonable||Non Seasonable||Non-Seasonable|
|Gritty Fish||Blue Gill, Bullhead Catfish, Channel Catfish, Longnose Gar||Gritty Fish||Non-Seasonable||Non Seasonable||Non-Seasonable|
|Herptile Fish||Frog, Gila Monster, Iguana, Toad, Turtle||Plain Herptile||Non-Seasonable||Non Seasonable||Non-Seasonable|
|Gamey Bird||Waxwing, Cardinal, Blue Jay, Condor, Cormorant, Crow, Eagle, Egret, Hawk, Heron, Loon, Oriole, Owl, Pigeon, Quail, Raven, Booby, Robin, Spoonbill, Gull, Songbird, Sparrow, Vulture, Crane, Woodpecker||Plain Game Bird||Non-Seasonable||Non Seasonable||Non-Seasonable|
|Game||Duck, Pheasant, Rabbit||Plain Game||Thyme Game||Oregano Game||Minty Game|
|Gristly Mutton||Goat, Ram, Sheep||Plain Mutton||Thyme Mutton||Oregano Mutton||Minty Mutton|
|Plump Bird||Chicken, Goose, Turkey, Rooster||Plain Plump Bird||Thyme Plump Bird||Oregano Plump Bird||Minty Plump Bird|
|Crustacean||Crab||Plain Crustacean||Thyme Crustacean||Oregano Crustacean||Minty Crustacean|
|Prime Beef Joint||Bison, Bull, Cow, Ox||Plain Prime Beef||Thyme Prime Beef||Oregano Prime Beef||Minty Prime Beef|
|Mature Venison||Buck Deer, Elk, Moose, Pronghorn||Plain Venison||Thyme Venison||Oregano Venison||Minty Venison|
|Tender Pork Loin||Boar, Peccary, Pig||Plain Pork||Thyme Pork||Oregano Pork||Minty Pork|
|Flaky Fish||Redfin Pickerel, Perch, Chain Pickerel, Rock Bass, Muskie, Lake Sturgeon, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass||Plain Flaky Fish||Thyme Flaky Fish||Oregano Flaky Fish||Minty Flaky Fish|
|Succulent Fish||Sockeye Salmon, Steelhead Trout||Plain Succulent Fish||Thyme Succulent Fish||Oregano Succulent Fish||Minty Succulent Fish|
|Exotic Bird||Parakeet, Parrot, Pelican||Plain Exotic Bird||Thyme Exotic Bird||Oregano Exotic Bird||Minty Exotic Bird|
|Big Game||Alligator, Bear, Cougar, Panther, Wolf||Plain Big Game||Thyme Big Game||Oregano Big Game||Minty Big Game|
This is pretty much all we have in our Red Dead Redemption 2 Cooking and Food Guide.