The issue is resolved, and the North American PC/Mac megaserver is now available. Thank you for your patience!
Maintenance for the week of April 15:
• [EXTENDED] ESO Store and Account System for maintenance – April 16, 8:00AM EDT (12:00 UTC) - 2:00PM EDT (18:00 UTC)

War Torte Recipe

Bluepetunia
Bluepetunia
✭✭✭
Is there a recipe where I can bake a Colovian War Torte? I looked in the Elder Scrolls Cookbook recipe index online and found nothing.

Any suggestions as to where to look?
Edited by ZOS_Hadeostry on March 13, 2023 11:05PM
  • tomofhyrule
    tomofhyrule
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    ✭✭✭
    The standard recipe is found replacing any nodes in Cyrodiil. It's a glowing green book called "Lost Imperial Notes."
    vjx4yd0vi2uv.png

    It's pretty rare, and it can be found on guild traders for quite a bit (I think it's over 2M on PCNA)

    The higher levels require the above recipe AND an improvement material. It's buyable for 500k Tel Var for the 100% one, and an incredibly rare BG drop for the 150% one. I only know of one that I've seen on a guild trader for over 230M.
    Edited by tomofhyrule on March 13, 2023 4:49AM
  • Vanionator
    Vanionator
    ✭✭
    I found one at a milegate, another between Blackboot and Bloodmayne, totally random. No matter how many you find, it's still as exciting as the first time. :D
  • method__01
    method__01
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    i bought the recipe when first came out for 800k gold from a friend
    if you have gold ,save yourself of hours/days of farming nodes at Cyro-drop is not guarantee, I know ppl who never found one even they farm every day- and buy the recipe from a trader
    or buy as much ready war tortes you find-about 700-800g a pop
    PC EU/NA /// PS4 EU/NA

  • fizl101
    fizl101
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    ✭✭
    I think the op is looking for an actual recipe to bake a tart in their oven, not the ingame recipe.

    I would make something up like a carrot and almond frangipane tart with a marmalade layer on the pastry
    Soupy twist
  • ZOS_Hadeostry
    Greetings,

    After further review we have decided to move this thread to a category we think is more appropriate for this topic.

    Thank you for your understanding
    Staff Post
  • opalcity
    opalcity
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    Tarts and tortes are different things.

    A torte is a dense cake with various ingredients, and little flour. However the image they use in the war torte recipe looks like it has a pie crust? Which makes it tarty?!

    I would suggest looking up a recipe for a carrot cake style torte and adapting it.

    Not sure what the equivalent of frost Mirriam is, you could maybe use angelica for that. Or tarragon, to give a little aniseed flavour

    Same with bervez juice, it doesn't seem to have an irl equivalent so... There isn't a lot of liquid in a torte, so instead of putting it in the torte, put it ON the torte - maybe get a bag of frozen mixed berries, turn them into a coulis to drizzle on top before serving.

    Orange zest can go in the torte. Then use a marmalade or orange jam in between the layers. A cream cheese and honey frosting, "bervez" drizzle on top.

    If you want it to look like the picture, like a tart, try adapting a bakewell tart recipe. Search for "orange bakewell tart" and then add finely grated carrot into the batter.
  • fizl101
    fizl101
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    ✭✭
    opalcity wrote: »
    Tarts and tortes are different things.

    A torte is a dense cake with various ingredients, and little flour. However the image they use in the war torte recipe looks like it has a pie crust? Which makes it tarty?!

    I would suggest looking up a recipe for a carrot cake style torte and adapting it.

    Not sure what the equivalent of frost Mirriam is, you could maybe use angelica for that. Or tarragon, to give a little aniseed flavour

    Same with bervez juice, it doesn't seem to have an irl equivalent so... There isn't a lot of liquid in a torte, so instead of putting it in the torte, put it ON the torte - maybe get a bag of frozen mixed berries, turn them into a coulis to drizzle on top before serving.

    Orange zest can go in the torte. Then use a marmalade or orange jam in between the layers. A cream cheese and honey frosting, "bervez" drizzle on top.

    If you want it to look like the picture, like a tart, try adapting a bakewell tart recipe. Search for "orange bakewell tart" and then add finely grated carrot into the batter.

    Yep, I went with the pastry picture with my idea!
    Soupy twist
Sign In or Register to comment.