It doesn’t take very long to learn how dangerous the cold weather is in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Without sufficient protection, you will quickly wither away due to frostbit. This is where Spicy Peppers come in! With enough Spicy Peppers, you should be able to travel through the cold with ease. Without further ado, continue reading to discover where to find Spicy Peppers in Tears of the Kingdom.
Where to Find Spicy Peppers in Tears of the Kingdom
Spicy Peppers are quite hard to spot in Tears of the Kingdom, however I’ve noticed that they are most commonly found in small bushes underneath trees. Check the map guide below for exact locations!
The Star icons in the image above show exact locations for Spicy Peppers in Tears of the Kingdom. Head to those coordinates and you will find a small bush with 2-3 Spicy Peppers hanging from it.
There are plenty more Spicy Pepper bushes scattered around the map, however they seem to be most commonly found near the cold biome. This makes sense, as Spicy Peppers provide cold-resist properties when cooked.
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How to Get Cold Resistance in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
Now that you’ve found some Spicy Peppers, you’ll need to cook them to be able to obtain the Cold Resistance needed to travel in the cold.
If you have multiple Peppers, I’ve found that it’s best to hold as many as possible before cooking. This will allow you to make your Cold Resistance timer as long as possible. Simply hold your Spicy Peppers in-hand, and drop them into a Cooking Pot. The result will be a hot plate of Spicy Sauteed Peppers.
Eating the Spicy Sauteed Peppers will provide Cold Resistance with a length depending on how many Peppers you were holding. The max Cold Resistance timer for Spicy Sauteed Peppers is 12 minutes and 30 seconds.
Now that you know where to find Spicy Peppers in Tears of the Kingdom, it’s time to get out there and explore the frozen wastelands!
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