All recipes for The Culinary Crucible: The Beaning of Life event in Disney Twisted-Wonderland

The Beaning of Life is found in these recipes.

In Disney Twisted-Wonderland, The Culinary Crucible The Beaning of Life event has nine recipes. When you begin the event, all of the recipes are a mystery. If you would prefer to figure out the recipes on your own, this guide will spoil that for you, so fair warning. That said, you’ll lose ingredients if you put in an incorrect recipe, so we recommend you learn the recipes first, as there is no upside to figuring it out on your own. Here are all nine recipes for The Culinary Crucible The Beaning of Life event in Disney Twisted-Wonderland.

All Culinary Crucible: The Beaning of Life Recipes

Culinary Crucible The Beaning of Life Recipes Disney Twisted-Wonderland
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  • Tofu Hamburger Steak
    • Beans
    • Onion
    • Meat
    • Flour
    • Egg
  • Sauteed Pea Shoots with Garlic
    • Beans
    • Bacon
    • Garlic
  • Erwtensoep
    • Beans
    • Onion
    • Potato
    • Meat
  • Minestrone
    • Beans
    • Onion
    • Potato
    • Tomato
    • Bacon
  • Baked Beans
    • Beans
    • Tomato
    • Sugar
  • Pea Shoot Pasta
    • Beans
    • Bacon
    • Milk
    • Pasta
  • Hummus
    • Beans
    • Garlic
  • Bitter Melon Stir Fry
    • Beans
    • Bitter Melon
    • Meat
    • Egg
  • Chili con Carne
    • Beans
    • Onion
    • Tomato
    • Meat
    • Spices

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Players need to gather ingredients in order to make all of these recipes. Not every ingredient is unlockable at the beginning of the event. However, all of the ingredients can be found at one of the five Ingredient Excursion Locations. Before you gain skill on a recipe, prioritize cooking low-quality ingredients. Remember that in this event, the main ingredient is beans. Make sure to get a lot of them, as you can’t cook any of the dishes without them.

If you are familiar with the Japanese release of the game, you may notice some of the recipe names are different than the direct translations. While several of the dish names have changed, only two of the ingredients have changed. Bitter Melon was Bitter Gourd in the original translation, and Spices was Powdered Spice.

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