How to Make Copious Fried Wild Greens in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

It's time to eat your veggies!

Everyone’s been told the importance of including some greens during a meal, but this Tears of the Kingdom recipe highlights the benefits of a plant-based diet better than most. Copious Fried Wild Greens is a great meal to have in case players take one too many hits, as it significantly refills Link’s heart containers. Moreover, it’s one of the easier dishes to obtain ingredients for in the game, so knowing how to make it could be a literal lifesaver.

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Copious Fried Wild Greens Recipe in Tears of the Kingdom

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To enjoy a meal of Copious Fried Wild Greens, players only need to mix four to five plants of different types in a cooking pot. This does include flowers like Swift Violet or Blue Nightshade, and the dish can still be made if the first four ingredients are different vegetables while the fifth one is an ingredient like fruit or meat. As a note, don’t expect any other effects besides a major health refill due to the number of conflicting effects that will be at work in the dish.

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Finding these ingredients is a cinch as well. You can purchase different plant items at local shops or find them in the wild. Since the ingredients are so varied for this dish, as long as you come across at least four different types of plants while traversing the plains of Hyrule, you’ll be able to make the dish with very few issues.

If you’re the stubborn type and aren’t in the mood for greens, check out every food recipe in Tears of the Kingdom for other dishes that might be more to your taste. If you’re tired of looking for ingredients and want to search for more high-profile items, find out how to get Majora’s Mask.

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Wallace Truesdale
Wallace is a journalist who has been in love with gaming since picking up a PS2 controller. If he's not writing, you'll find him playing indie games or talking about Kingdom Hearts.