YouTube chef shares recipes on how he would like to cook and serve Pokémon

YouTube chef shares recipes on how he would like to cook and serve Pokémon

A YouTube chef has revealed how he would like to cook and serve pokemon

That’s enough internet for today… although I hate myself for finding it a bit intriguing which Pokémon he likes best.

Josh Scherer is the man we should thank for such a thought provoking piece – he’s a YouTuber behind the account Mythical cuisinewhich has two nearly million subscribers.

About four months ago, Scherer posted the viral “short” video detailing the “Top 5 Pokemon We Want to Eat.”

So which Pokémon made the cut?

He explains, “Bellsprout is essentially a pumpkin blossom — I’d like to fill his mouth with ricotta and Parmesan, dip it in a thin, lacy batter, bake it, and serve it on a bed of candied cherry tomatoes.”

“Exeggcute is mostly just eggs, but a little mean,” says the YouTuber. “I’d love to make a mean mug and egg frittata, maybe cut it with some Miltank cream, some bacon and Gruyere, and make a quiche lor-Exeggcute.”

Josh said, “Think I can make 80 to 90 lengua asada tacos out of that big old pink dinosaur over there.

“Just a little bit of chili de arbor, lime, onion, cilantro, and that’s a good afternoon.”

If you’re tempted to stop reading now, I suggest you wait to see what the top two are — I mean, you’ve come this far.

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The YouTuber claims: “As far as I know, Farfetch’d is the only Pokémon in the Poké verse with its own aromas.

“If you can find another little bird monster with some ginger and star anise, you could make a delicious Thai duck soup.

And finally, the number one Pokémon I’d like to eat is called Snorlax.

“Snorlax cools, eats and sleeps all day long.

“I’d like to take his fatty tenderloin, roast it over charcoal and dip it in sesame oil.”

Credit: Instagram/@mythicalkitchen
Credit: Instagram/@mythicalkitchen

One user commented, “This is hilarious, oh my gods.”

A second added: “Somewhat traumatized, but intrigued by the recipes.”


Someone else commented, “The lack of seafood pokemon on this list upsets me.”

Another commented: “This is insane and fantastic, especially the farfetch’d take thanks.”

I’m just glad Pikachu wasn’t in the top five…because That would have been weird.