Cheese+tom batta

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Cheese+tom battas are introduced with Gnome cooking and are a possible order in the minigame Gnome restaurant. They require level 29 Cooking and completion of Aluft Gianne snr.'s tutorial in the Grand Tree for 158 Cooking experience. Consumption heals 200 to 700 life points depending on the player's Constitution level.

Obtaining it as a drop from the rare drop table indicates that it would have been a roll for a chance at hazelmere's signet ring, however the player did not have at least tier 4 luck.[1]

Creation[edit | edit source]

Cheese+tom batta.png Cheese+tom batta
Cooking LevelCooking XPHourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
2988.00 (0s) 537
Servings1Life points LP875
P2P icon.png Members only
Unfinished cheese and tom batta.pngUnfinished cheese and tom batta1N/A-
Equa leaves.pngEqua leaves1974974

Cookbook Recipe[edit | edit source]

This is the direct recipe found in Gianne's cook book:

  • Bake it as normal. Top the batta with equal quantities of cheese and tomato.
  • Place the batta in the oven once more until all the cheese has melted. Finish the dish with a sprinkling of equa leaves.

The combination of cheese and tomato was discovered by the explorer Wingstone while he was visiting the human lands. Apparently, it is commonly used in a strange, flat human dish called a pizza (something most gnomes do not know about).

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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  1. ^ There is further information on this drop; see the associated page for details.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The cheese and tomato batta is very similar to a calzone.

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