There is now a digital recipe book for Ignis' recipes

Apr 22, 2018
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I remember playing 15, One of my favorite moments is whenever Ignis is cooking. The dishes he cooked in the game is really delicious looking. Well now there is a recipe book where you can make the dishes from the game! Sadly the real life versions of the dish won't give you XP. I am sure while you guys are playing you also got hungry when you see the food Ignis made in the game.



This Free Pdf (You don't need to download it) have all the recipes from the game so you can cook them in real life.

The link:
Unofficial FFXV Community Cookbook v4.0.pdf

I just tried making the Mystery meat sushi since I have spam in my cupboard. It is really taste and I felt like I am Ignis while I am cooking it.
 
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Mar 19, 2018
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Food does play a central role in FFXV. Meals add to your vitality and strength, increase magical resistance and even offer chances of more experience to grow for your team. My first challenge will be, 'croque madame'. Wish me best of luck. Yours looks so delicious @nikpuei nallop.
 

Bartz_FFV

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Apr 7, 2018
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At Page 1, There is the easiest recipe. :D Flame roasted roasted toast! 2 ingredients only, Loaf and olive oil.

I love how there is meat options and Vegan options. The cup noodles recipes makes me laugh because they are the laziest.

I will try the grazed gizzards. It is the most adventurous food out of Ignis' recipes.
 
Oct 24, 2017
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Looks cool. They seem to have taken this very seriously that they have made a recipe book. It's good to see something new though. Like developers and the team care for some tangents in the game.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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I love the fact that I didn't need to download it because it is a browser pdf. I will bookmark it so I will have an easy access to it.

I am going to do the Hopper Skippers because I had been craving it when I saw it on the game and I will also try the curry dishes of Ignis. Ignis is a marriage material for sure. He will rich your heart through your stomach.
 

Hova

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Apr 22, 2018
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I have to applaud all the Final Fantasy passionate fans who helped in creating this digital book for Ignis' recipes. I love that is also comes with very beautiful photos of the different foods. I'm a huge FFXV fan, so you can only imagine how eager I am to try some. Thanks for sharing.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Yeah, cooking around a campfire looks very fun and it seems like food taste better when you cook it in the great outdoors- like Iggy(Ignis) does. Cooking around the campfire looks very relaxing in this game- and Ignis is a royal guard for Prince Noctis and also a great master chef as well. This open-faced breakfast sandwich looks quite good to start out the morning, along with a nice cup of coffee!
FINAL FANTASY XV REAL COOKING: Open Faced Breakfast Sandwich
 
Apr 18, 2018
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I downloaded it so I can read it offline. All food segments with Ignis made me crave food. That is Why I never play Final Fantasy 15 in the middle of daylight. :D I love how he can cook gourmet in campfire. Most of these recipes may need an oven in real life.
 

Hova

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So all I have to do now is level up Ignis' cooking skills so that I can make all those complex dishes. Of course, the higher stat boosts are a plus but I'm mostly looking forward to camping in the wild.
 
May 12, 2018
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This is just the most fantastic thing ever, Sweet! I believe it currently has the Moogle and Chocobo recipes in it.

I hope that in the next version it will include all the recipes like DLC recipes and the stinky tofu haha!
 
Jan 12, 2018
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I tried the stinky tofu on a chinese restaurant before. It smelled like stinky cheese.So I bailed out from eating it. It is like durian but worst.
 

Bartz_FFV

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I tried Beanball Croquettes and it is delicious. There is an irony with this recipe because Noctis hate beans but he loves deep fried food. So Ignis managed to trick him to eat beans.

 
Oct 24, 2017
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That deep fried dish looks really good. I am sure this must have been pretty much famous in some parts of the asian region. I guess we just have to try some of these recipes. I may have to try the deep fried dish.
 
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