Hyber Meatball Stew

Hyber Meatball Stew

Hearty stew topped with a unique avocado blend.


35 min
Aegaeon's Refined Cuisine


Name Rarity Needed
Meat Frozen Meatballs 1 pound
Flower Vegetable Oil 1 tablespoon
Vegetable Condensed Tomato Soup (10¾ oz can) 1 can
Meat Beef Broth (10½ oz can) 1 can
Vegetable Russet Potatos (cubed) 2
Vegetable Cabbage (chopped) ½
Vegetable Parsley (chopped) ¼ cup
Flower Onion Powder 1 teaspoon
Flower Italian Seasoning 1 teaspoon
Flower Salt
Vegetable Avocado (ripe) 2
Vegetable Lime 2


  1. Cut the potatoes and cabbage into large chunks. Set aside.

  2. In a large pot, heat the oil over medium heat. Brown the meatballs in the oil for about 3 minutes.

  3. In the pot, mix together the tomato soup and broth. Season with salt, italian seasoning, and onion powder.

  4. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for about 10 minutes.

  5. After the 10 minutes, add in the potatoes and simmer for another 5 minutes.

  6. Add the cabbage and simmer for another 5 minutes.

  7. While simmering, make the avocado topping. Squeeze the limes into a mixing bowl. Mash the avocado in with the lime juice until the consistency is smooth.

  8. Remove the stew from heat. Garnish the top of the stew with chopped parsley.

  9. Serve the stew with a spoon of the avocado blend on top. Goes good with bread!


Game Ingredients

Feris Beastmeat
Sour Avocado
Barbed Tomato
Confusion Ivy
Lucky Lettuce


This stew is a simple, albeit famous, comfort food invented by an innkeeper in the small village of Hyber. The recipe focuses on the simplicity: preparation is cutting vegetables, and cooking is just simmering over heat.

What makes Hyber's stew famous is its use of avocado. Avocado is not an ingredient that is normally cooked, but when used as a topping, it adds a smooth creaminess to an otherwise thick stew. The use of lime adds the "sour" to Aletta's sour avocados, and it actually works quite well.

Finally, this recipe uses tomato as the soup's base, cabbage as lucky lettuce (as actual lettuce wilts in heat), and parsley as confusion ivy.