Best Recipes for Cold Resistance in Tears of the Kingdom (TOTK) - Prima Games

Best Recipes for Cold Resistance in Tears of the Kingdom (TOTK)

If only Link had a liquid coat.

by Daniel Wenerowicz
Cold Resistance Recipe TOTK

Plenty of areas around Hyrule will require you to deal with the cold, and without some proper cold resistance for Link, he will start to shiver and lose health. The good news is that staying warm is fairly easy in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and if you want the most effective buffs, I have the best cold resistance recipes available.

Cold Resistance Recipes and Ingredients in Tears of the Kingdom (TOTK)

There are a ton of great cold resistance recipes to cook up, which include dishes such as Spicy Simmered Fruit and Spicy Prime Poultry Curry. When I look for effective dishes in Tears of the Kingdom, I want a mix of options that are easy to make or have some potent effects. You can find a good mix below.

Best Cold Resistance Recipes in TOTK:

  • Spicy Simmered Fruit – 2 x Spicy Pepper, 1 x Goat Butter
  • Spicy Prime Poultry Curry – 1 x Hylian Rice, 1 x Goron Spice, 1 x Raw Bird Thigh, 1 x Sunshroom
  • Spicy Salt-Grilled Meat – 1 x Meat, 1 x Rock Salt, 2 x Spicy Pepper
  • Spicy Seafood Paella – 1 x Rock Salt, 1 x Hylian Rice, 1 x Sizzlefin Trout, 1 x Goat Butter

Any time you are cooking up cold resistance recipes, you can add one of the heat-based ingredients to change to designation to spicy. The most common spicy ingredients in Tears of the Kingdom are Spicy Peppers, Sunshrooms, and Warm Safflina. Goron Spice and Sizzlefin Trout are less common but can be a way to expand your overall recipe book.

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Also, keep in mind that recipe potency can be altered by changing the amount of spice used. When you add more spice to the overall dish, you can expect more cold resistance to follow along as well, and you will save some ingredients in the process.

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Daniel Wenerowicz

Dan has been writing gaming guides and news as a staff writer and freelancer since he graduated from Westfield State University in 2020. You can find him covering the FPS and Battle Royale space at Prima Games.

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