|Dish Type||Old-Fashioned Dish|
|Where to Make||Improved Kitchen|
|Selling Price||490 Glims|
Schnitzel is an old-fashioned dish you can make in Spiritfarer. Its ingredients include any type of fat and pork.
What You Need
In order to make this dish, you will need:
- The Improved Kitchen
- 1 Fat (Any Type)
- 1 Pork
You can easily improve your kitchen via the blueprint that Atul will hand you during his “Big Stove” request. Once improved, your kitchen will be able to make dishes that use two ingredients.
Where To Get Fat
There are two kinds of fat you can make in this game, both of which can be used in this recipe:
- Olive Oil (Made from Olives)
- Sunflower Oil (Made from Sunflowers)
The seeds you need to make these ingredients can be purchased at shops in the following areas:
- Olive Seeds (2,120 Glims, Edgeborough Shop)
- Sunflower Seeds (140 Glims, Nordweiler Shop)
After getting whichever seeds you want, grow them in your Garden and water until you can harvest the crops.
Alternatively, you can also make them grow instantly by playing the “Plantasia Fantastica” music minigame.
Once the plants are harvested, take them to the Crusher to make fat. Just confirm how many items you wanna use, and press the button multiple times until fat comes out.
Where To Get Pork
Pork is exclusively bought from select Racoon Shop branches. Here are the three locations where you can get it:
The easiest location to visit out of all these three is Furogawa, as the island itself can be reached without any prior ship upgrades.
How To Cook Schnitzel
Take the pork and fat to your kitchen oven and combine them as the 2 ingredients for this dish.
After confirming, a timer will appear that indicates the waiting time. And the dish will be ready right after the timer ends.
Just remember that once the dish is cooked, you should try to take it out immediately to avoid getting a burnt dish and wasting your ingredients.
You can serve Schnitzel to these spirits:
You can also sell this dish to Raccoon Stores for 490 Glims if you need some in-game money.