Tales of Arise has many ways to enhance your abilities, with one of those ways being through the game's cooking system. While many of the recipes require you to harvest meat from the Ranch you gain access to via a Sub-Quest, it is more than worth interacting with due to their significant buffs that will help you out immensely.

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Grabbing a meal with your pals around a campfire is an excellent way to strengthen your bonds, take in the vibes, and receive substantial buffs that will help the entire party overperform in the heat of battle. There are many recipes in Tales of Arise, but only some offer irresistible perks to go along with them.

Updated November 22, 2021 by Seth Parmer: With Tales of Arise seeing its release well over two months ago, we decided to take a look at the recipes and update the list with how to obtain them, their requirements, and add new ones we may have missed in the initial run.

Note: Every recipe Cooking Effect and ingredients are their default stats without any Artifact enhancements enabled for cooking.

Heal CP After Battle (L)

Tales of Arise Shionne and Alphen

Cure Points (CP) are an essential aspect of Tales of Arise's combat system and even have crucial uses outside of battle. However, maintaining your CP meter can be demanding as it is only restorable via potions and very few recipes. And, even then, the recipes don't replenish much CP... For the most part.

The Heal CP After Battle (L) buff is one of the best perks in a recipe as it restores 20 CP at the end of every battle, allowing you to slowly build your Cure Point Gauge back up if you are in dire straights.

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Murus Flegit Porridge

Murus Flegit Porridge food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Murus Flegit Porridge
  • 2 Rice
  • 1 Chicken
  • 1 Egg
  • 2 Mushroom
Heals 20 CP at the end of combat encounters. Recipe unlocked when resting at a campfire after completing the "Dahna's Tastiest Pancake" Sub-Quest.

Heal HP After Battle (L)

Shionne healing Alphen in Tales of Arise

Whether you're using potions to heal or relying on CP to keep your Party topped off, it will inevitably take a toll on your resources and Gald. However, a few cooking recipes will allow you to gain back health after each combat encounter.

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With the Heal HP After Battle (L) recipe buff, your party will have 20% of their max HP restored after each combat encounter, allowing them to stay in the fight if you're running low on potions or CP. The following recipes will help you out significantly and help keep you afloat.

Shionne Pancakes

Shionne Pancakes food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Shionne Pancakes
  • 3 Wheat
  • 1 Milk
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Apple
Restores 20% of Party HP after combat encounters. Recipe unlocked after completing the "Dahna's Tastiest Pancake" Sub-Quest.

Fisherman's Hotpot

Fisherman's Hotpot food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Fisherman's Hotpot
  • 1 Salmon
  • 1 Mackerel
  • 1 Tofu
  • 1 Mushroom
Restores 20% of Party HP after combat encounters. Recipe unlocked via pre-order DLC bonus.

Attack Up (L)

Alphen striking a Boar with his sword in Tales of Arise

You can never go wrong with more damage, especially in Tales of Arise's end game content that requires you to have the best of the best gear to take on everything the game throws at you. Even with the best equipment in the game, some recipes can grant you a significant boost to make it worthwhile.

Enter the Attack Up (L) recipe perk, which grants the entire party a 16% Attack Boost, offering an absurd increase in your damage output. Not only is this buff useful in most situations, but it will also help you out drastically in Tales of Arise's end game content.

Mabo Curry Bun

Mabo Curry Bun food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Mabo Curry Bun
  • 1 Wheat
  • 1 Pork
  • 1 Tofu
  • 1 Pepper
Grants the entire party a 16% Attack Boost. Recipe unlocked via pre-order DLC bonus.

Wiener

Wiener food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Wiener
  • 1 Pork
  • 4 Sheep Meat
  • 2 Pepper
  • 1 Horse Meat
Grants the entire party a 16% Attack Boost. Recipe unlocked after completing the "Into the Grotto" Sub-Quest.

Elemental Attack Up (L)

Alphen using his Astral Artes of his Blazing Sword in Tales of Arise

Using Astral Artes is the name of the game, so naturally, anything that enhances your Elemental Attack output will get welcomed with open arms. While many Skills in the Skill Panel or Accessories will improve your Elemental Attack, this recipe buff will stack on top of those, making for some severe damage.

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The Elemental Attack (L) recipe perk will increase the entire party's Elemental Attack by 16%, allowing them to cast Astral Artes that deal massive amounts of damage, hitting even the most formidable foes Tales of Arise offers with great force. Much like the last buff, these recipes are great in any situation, even the end game.

Shortcake

Shortcake food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Shortcake
  • 2 Wheat
  • 1 Strawberry
  • 1 Milk
  • 1 Egg
Increase the entire party's Elemental Attack by 16%. Recipe unlocked after completing the "Dahna's Tastiest Pancake" Sub-Quest.

Defense Up (L)

Kisara shielding an oncoming attack with her Artes in Tales of Arise

Many enemies, especially in the early goings of Tales of Arise, will deal lots of Physical Damage to you and your party. Upping your defense by any means necessary will help overcome formidable foes whose arsenal primarily consists of Physical Attacks, and the Defense Up (L) Cooking Effect does just that.

Your entire party's Defense stat will be increased by 20% whenever cooking a recipe that grants you the Defense Up (L) Cooking Effect. This sharp increase in defense will undoubtedly have you stay in the battle much longer and is one of the best recipes in Tales of Arise.

Meuniere

The Meuniere Recipe in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Meuniere
  • 2 Wheat
  • 2 Lemon
  • 1 Flatfish
The entire party will have their Defense stat increased by 20%. Recipe found in a Blue Chest on the Uninhabited Island after completing the "Beyond The Grave" Sub-Quest. The chest will be accessible after defeating the boss in the Sub-Quest.

Elemental Defense Up (L)

Shionne shooting a Calaglia Knight in Tales of Arise

As much as your offense is significant, your defense is equally as important. In fact, in the late stages of Tales of Arise, you may prefer having more focus on your Elemental Defense as you will face many enemies that will throw lots of elementally charged attacks your way that deal tons of damage.

With the Elemental Defense Up (L) buff, your entire party will have their Elemental Defense stat increased by 20%, which helps out significantly against other opponents' Astra Arte attacks. The end game of Tales of Arise will test your limits, and this perk will help you stand your ground.

Hamburger

Hamburger food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Hamburger
  • 2 Wheat
  • 1 Lettuce
  • 2 Tomato
  • 1 Sheep Meat
The entire party will have their Elemental Defense stat increased by 20%. Recipe found within a Blue Chest at the South Hiking Trail, located in Forland Mountains, Ganath Haros.

EXP Boost (L)

Alphen approaching a person in need to accept a Sub-Quest in Tales of Arise

Leveling up is an essential aspect of any JRPG, and it is no different in Tales of Arise. Whether you're going for the Achievement/Trophy "Peak Strength" that has you reach level 100 or need to reach a certain rank to take on a quest, there are great recipe buffs to help you achieve that.

EXP Boost (L) is a recipe bonus that offers a whopping 16% Experience boost when completing Main Quests, Sub-Quests, killing monsters, bosses, and more. The following recipe buffs will undoubtedly help you reach higher levels, especially if you're killing late-game enemies that already grant lots of Experience when defeated.

Fruit Sandwich

Fruit Sandwich food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Fruit Sandwich
  • 1 Wheat
  • 1 Strawberry
  • 1 Lemon
  • 1 Milk
Boosts EXP gain by 16%. Recipe unlocked via pre-order DLC bonus.

Sushi

Sushi food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Sushi
  • 3 Rice
  • 1 Sea Bream
  • 1 Tuna
  • 1 Salmon
Boosts EXP gain by 16%. Recipe unlocked after completing the "Untamable Rage" Sub-Quest.

Earned Combat Points Up (L)

Tales of Arise - via Bandai Namco

Combat Points are the primary way of earning Skill Points and raising your Arte Efficiency, which is how you learn new abilities (Artes) and obtain new perks that help you out immensely in battle. While Combat Points can be tricky to understand, having recipes that automatically help you earn more of them is a blessing.

With the Earned Combat Points Up (L) recipe buff, you will gain a significant increase in Combat Points upon battle completion in Tales of Arise. However, there isn't a raw percentage tied to this particular buff as Combat Points scale based on your combat encounters. This buff will increase whatever you got by a substantial margin.

Gladys' Donuts

Gladys's Donuts food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Glady's Donuts
  • 2 Wheat
  • 2 Egg
Gain significantly more Combat Points after completing combat encounters. Recipe unlocked after completing the "Global Connection" Sub-Quest.

More Dropped Items (L)

Alphen and Shionne in a combat encounter in Tales of Arise

After completing combat encounters in Tales of Arise, enemies will almost always drop items used to craft weapons, accessories, sell for Gald, and much more. However, specific recipes allow you to increase the number of materials dropped by enemies.

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Enemies will drop plenty of materials when defeated with the More Dropped Items (L) recipe bonus. While, sadly, the recipe buff doesn't give a percentage of how much more items get dropped, you will see a substantial difference in the number of materials obtained after each encounter.

Eastern Rice

Eastern Rice food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Eastern Rice
  • 1 Rice
  • 1 Pork
  • 1 Pepper
  • 1 Egg
Enemies have a much greater chance of dropping items when defeated. Recipe unlocked via pre-order DLC bonus.

Hootle Pancakes

Hootle Pancakes food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Hootle Pancakes
  • 3 Wheat
  • 1 Milk
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Strawberry
Enemies have a much greater chance of dropping items when defeated. Recipe unlocked after completing the "Dahna's Tastiest Pancake" Sub-Quest.

Obtained Ore Up (L)

Alphen approaching a mineral deposit in Tales of Arise.

Throughout your adventure in Tales of Arise, you will mine tons of mineral deposits for materials used to craft accessories and weapons. However, the standard amount of materials mines from a deposit can be a bit underwhelming, but with the right recipe, you can get lots more out of them.

With the Obtained Ore Up (L) recipe bonus, you will extract much more materials from mineral deposits when mining them. This perk is valuable for farming minerals to sell, craft many accessories, or need the same Ore types for a weapon/accessory.

Pancake

Pancake food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Pancakes
  • 3 Wheat
  • 1 Milk
  • 1 Egg
Extracts much more materials from mineral deposits when mining ore. Recipe unlocked after completing the "Bibliophile" Sub-Quest.

Rare Ore Rate Up (L)

Alphen approaching the Shopkeeper in Tales of Arise

While each mineral deposit holds many different materials within them, you will often get the same basic ones when mining them, leaving the rarer materials to a slim chance. However, you can boost the likely hood of obtaining the more rare materials via recipes.

The Rare Ore Rate Up (L) buff grants you a greater chance of mining rarer materials when interacting with mineral deposits. This perk allows you to farm for super rare materials used to craft powerful weapons and 5-Star Accessories, which quickly becomes one of Tales of Arise's best recipes in the late game.

Dohalim Pancakes

Dohalim Pancakes food item in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Dohalim Pancakes
  • 3 Wheat
  • 1 Milk
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Rappig Meat
Greater chance of mining rarer materials when interacting with mineral deposits. Recipe unlocked after completing the "Dahna's Tastiest Pancake" Sub-Quest.

Marks

Rinwell casting her Mystic Arte in Tales of Arise

Marks are unique Cooking Effects found in two recipes in Tales of Arise. Marks can make enemies have difficulty detecting you or paint a target on your back, allowing them to find you much easier and pursue you from a great distance.

Both recipes have their own uses. One allows you to slip by heavily populated areas without risking confrontation, while the other will let you farm Combat Points by battling many enemies at a single time. No matter which one you need to use, you can find how to prepare these recipes below.

Roasted Chicken

The Roasted Chicken recipe in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Roasted Chicken
  • 1 Chicken
  • 1 Pepper
Dark Mark: Makes you easier to detect by enemies. Recipe unlocked after completing the "City Renewal" Sub-Quest.

Sandwich

The Sandwich Recipe in Tales of Arise
Recipe Name Ingredients Cooking Effect How To Obtain
Sandwich
  • 2 Wheat
  • 1 Chicken
  • 2 Lettuce
  • 1 Tomato
Holy Mark: Makes you harder to detect by enemies. Recipe unlocked after completing the "Kisara's Initiation" Sub-Quest.

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