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Admiral pie
Half an admiral pie Admiral pie
Release date 20 February 2006 (Update)
Members only? Yes
Quest item? No
Tradeable? Yes
Equipable? No
Stackable? No
High Alch Whole: 186 coins
Half: 93 coins
Low Alch Whole: 124 coins
Half: 62 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price Not sold
Exchange price 327 coins (info)
Buy limit Unknown
Weight 0 kg
Much tastier than a normal fish pie.
Admiral pie detail

An Admiral pie is a pie that can be baked with the Cooking skill at level 70. To make an admiral pie, add salmon, tuna, and raw potato (in that order) into a pie shell. Admiral pies heal 8 points per half and boost the player's Fishing level by 5. The boost obtained cannot be stacked with other boosting items. By eating half an admiral pie, it is possible to enter the Fishing Guild at level 63 Fishing and catch a raw shark at level 71 fishing, which is a task given by Sherlock while doing an elite clue scroll. It is also possible to catch a sacred eel at 82 fishing, which is needed in a task given by Sherlock while doing a master clue scroll.

How to makeEdit

Tools/Utensils Pie dish
Ingredients Salmon, Tuna, Raw potato, Pastry dough
Cooking-icon Level 70
Cooking-icon Experience 210
Level at which it stops burning 94
Range Only? Yes
Instructions To make admiral pie:
  1. Use Pastry dough > Pie dish (becomes a Pie shell)
  2. Use cooked salmon > Pie shell (becomes Part admiral pie 1)
  3. Use cooked tuna > Part admiral pie 1 (becomes Part admiral pie 2)
  4. Use raw potato > Part admiral pie 2 (becomes Raw admiral pie)
  5. Cook on a range (Use Uncooked admiral pie > Range). Will either become an admiral pie (edible) or a burnt pie (non-edible; can be emptied to reuse pie dish).
Servings 2

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