|Release date||30 January 2006 (Update)|
|High Alch||67 coins|
|Low Alch||45 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price||1,030 coins (info)|
|Examine||A baked potato with tuna and sweetcorn.|
Tuna potatoes are a members-only food that require 68 Cooking to make and grant a total of 309.5 Cooking experience once all the preparation steps are complete. Each potato heals 220 life points in one bite, making them one of the highest-healing foods in the game, tied with manta rays (also 220 lifepoints) and behind rocktails (230 lifepoints), tiger sharks (250 life points), baron sharks (300 life points) and juju gumbo (320 lifepoints). However, preparation of tuna potatoes requires more ingredients and steps than simply cooking fish, which is comparatively quick and straightforward.
|Ingredients||Potato, bucket of milk, raw tuna, sweetcorn|
|Level at which it stops burning||Unknown edit|
At 68 Cooking, it is impossible to burn any of the ingredients for tuna potatoes; therefore, success is guaranteed when cooking them.
Tuna potatoes are sometimes cooked for money. The final two ingredients, a bowl of tuna and corn (460 coins each) and a potato with butter (486 coins each), cost 946 coins together. As each tuna potato sells for 1,030 coins each, buying the base ingredients and selling the potatoes nets a profit of 84 coins per potato. This method does not require that a fire or range be nearby, and can be performed at any bank. However, only 10 Cooking experience is earned per potato. This can be a great money maker if you gather all of the required materials, or if you buy them; it would still be a profit.
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Corporeal Beast 785 30 Common Balfrug Kreeyath 151 2 Uncommon Tstanon Karlak 145 2 Uncommon Zakl'n Gritch 142 2 Uncommon Lesser reborn warrior 100 1 Uncommon
- Tuna and corn heals 130 life points, and a potato with butter heals 140 life points. One may expect tuna potatoes made from both ingredients combined should heal 270 life points, but they only heal 220. This may be explained by some of the ingredients not being used in the final product, as an adventurer would likely have trouble fitting an entire tuna into a single potato.
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