Yelan Special Dish Genshin Impact

The Genshin Impact Yelan special dish is a souped-up (pun intended) version of a regular dish. You can get it by preparing the meal as Yelan; that gives you a chance of obtaining the stronger variant. In this guide, we’ll show you what Yelan’s special dish actually is, what the base dish is, where to find the recipe and which ingredients you’ll need.

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yelan special dish genshin impact
Yelan Special Dish Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Yelan Special Dish

The Yelan special dish in Genshin Impact is Dew-Dipped Shrimp. What you actually need to cook in order to get this meal is Stir-Fried Shrimp; you just need to prepare it with Yelan. If you do, the dish has a chance to become Dew-Dipped Shrimp. Eating this raises the Shield Strength of the entire party by 35% for three hundred seconds, aka five minutes. It has no effect for other players that might have joined you in co-op, which is a bit of a bummer. Then again, that’s how most dishes in the game work.

Back to the matter at hand. We’ve already mentioned that Yelan’s specialty is just a cooler version of Stir-Fried Shrimp. You can get the recipe card for that dish from Verr Goldet, the owner and proprietor of Wangshu Inn in Liyue. It’ll cost you 5000 Mora. The ingredients necessary for the Stir-Fried Shrimp, aka Dew-Dipped Shrimp, Yelan’s Special Dish in Genshin Impact, are four Shrimp Meat, three Flour, and three Snapdragon. Take these resources and cook them using Yelan. If you’re lucky enough, it will come out as Dew-Dipped Shrimp.

Considering that the rarity of this meal is just three stars, I’d assume that your odds of getting it will be pretty good. If not, well, just keep trying; it’ll drop eventually. If you want more info on the content from Update 2.7 in Genshin Impact, feel free to check out some of our other guides, like Yelan Story Prerequisite Quests and Red Dye, Collect Furniture Materials.

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