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This is a guide to cooking Well-Done Steaks using the BBQ Spit and Raw Meat in Monster Hunter Rise (MH Rise). Learn the best timing to cook the Well-Done Steak, how to use the BBQ Spit and Raw Meat, and why you should cook Well-Done Steaks.
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|Description||Food that fully restores stamina.|
|Rarity||2||Type||Food and Medicine|
|Sell Price||48||Hold Limit||10|
|Cooked in the BBQ Spit.|
|Type||HR||Quest Name||Drop Rate (#)|
|Challenge Quest||★2||Challenge Quest 01||-|
|Challenge Quest||★6||Challenge Quest 02||-|
Item drop rate is ranked from 1 to 5 ★, with five stars being the most common. A half star is indicated with ½.
|1||Go on any Quest or Expedition Tour.|
|2||Confirm that you have at least one Raw Meat in your Item Pouch.|
|3||Select the BBQ Spit from the Action Bar or Radial Menu.|
|4||Press A with the correct timing to cook the Raw Meat into a Well-Done Steak.|
To make Well-Done Steaks, you'll need to have Raw Meat. The player will start the game with 10 of these, which should be enough to practice cooking Well-Done Steaks.
The BBQ Spit is a Fixed Item which is available from the start of the game via the Action Bar. Players can also set it to the Radial Menu for easier access.
If you've run out of Raw Meat, it can usually be found from herbivores and small monsters. Even if you hunt several Large Monsters, you generally won't find any Raw Meat, so search out some passive foes and take them down to gather more Raw Meat to cook.
In the Gathering Hub, players can talk with the Felyne chef at the Canteen to access the Motley Mix option. Motley Mix offers a variety of unique recipes allowing players to cook an ingredient to produce another.
With Motley Mix, players can simply select to cook Well-done Steaks from Raw Meat without the associated hassle. In addition, players are able to cook as many Well-done Steaks as they like at once. The Motley Mix is also the only way to cook Well-done Steak from the Village without starting any Quest.
The Motley Mix function faces the disadvantage for its convenience of a cost of 65z or 25 points per Steak. The Motley Mix is also only available in the Gathering Hub, so players will not be able to use this feature mid-Quest via the Tent.
As shown in the clip above, the easiest way to cook a Well-Done Steak is to simply watch the top of the meat as it cooks, and after completing exactly four rotations, press the A button to pull a freshly-cooked Well-Done Steak away from the fire.
While cooking meat, a short song will play which provides a hint to the player as to when they need to press the A button.
The player will need to press the button simultaneously with the last note of the song. If the player waits until the song has ended, the meat will already be burnt, so this method takes some practice. It's best to use the “four spins” method at first until you've heard the song enough times to easily recognize the timing.
|Meat Type||# Rotations||Effects|
|Raw Meat||3 or less||Cannot be eaten.|
|Rare Steak||3 and 1/2||Moderate stamina boost.|
|Well-done Steak||4||Fully restores stamina.|
|Burnt Meat||Over 4||May raise or lower stamina.|
Cooking Raw Meat on the BBQ Spit can lead to one of four possible results based on the number of rotations the meat turns.
There's no distinct advantage to getting any result other than Well-Done Steaks, so it's best to simply aim for four rotations every time.
|Bauble Cactus||Bismuth Prism||Boatshell||Divine Rhino|
|Fabled Spice||Firelantern||Gargwa Egg||King Rhino|
|Legendary Herb||Monster Guts||Popo Tongue||Pricey Shoot|
|Quality Wyvern Egg||Raftshell||Rhenoplos Egg||Rock Rose|
|Sun Goddess Picture||Simple Prism||Unique Mushroom||Wisplantern|
|Dragonite Ore||Iron Ore||Machalite Ore||Well-done Steak|
|Monster Bone S||Monster Bone M||Monster Bone L||Monster Bone+|
|Fertile Mud||Jumbo Bone||Monster Broth||Sharp Fang|
|Warm Pelt||Outfit Voucher||Lazurite Jewel||Wisdom Crystal|
|Wild Dark Leather||Shady Crystal||Celestial Scroll|
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|Plants||Food and Medicine||Fish|
|Insects||Traps and Bombs||Ammo and Phials|
|Bones||Monster Materials||Account Items|
|Tickets and Coins||Scraps||Upgrade Material Types|
|Other Items||Other Materials|
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