The ultimate Minecraft Pocket Edition recipe guide - Smelting

He who smelt it, dealt it (Updated for 0.15)

The ultimate Minecraft Pocket Edition recipe guide - Smelting
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Minecraft - Pocket Edition is all about building ridiculous architectural wonders by finding raw resources in the world and crafting them into handy tools and building materials.

You can turn some wood and stone into a hardy pickaxe, or melt sand down into glass. You can make bookshelves, or dye wool, or forge a golden apple, or cut rough cobblestone blocks into posh stone bricks.

In our handy charts below, and on the other pages, you can find out how to make everything in the world of Minecraft, and how to find the right materials.

Crafting - Smelting - Raw Materials Smelting

Once you've crafted a furnace, tap on it to enter the smelting menu. This lets you make new objects by melting down certain materials. Here's how to use it.

Tap the top-most box, and then choose one of the highlighted materials from your inventory on the left of the screen. Then, tap the box below and pick one of your fuels.

You need to provide enough fuel so that the material completely melts (represented by the arrow that changes from grey to white) before your fuel is used up. You can put in a lot of fuel, and you can collect any leftovers when the smelting process is over.

In our smelting guide below, you can make the objects in the left-hand column by melting down the material in the right-hand column.


Outcome Description Recipe
Stone - building block
Cracked stone bricks - decorative building block
Glass - used to make windows and glass bottles
Hardended Clay - used to make dyed clay

Outcome Description Recipe
Brick - used to craft brick blocks
Iron ingot - used to make tools and armour
Gold ingot - used to make tools and armour
Diamond - used to make tools and armour
Emerald - used to trade with villagers
Redstone - used to make redstone devices
Charcoal - used to make torches
Coal - used to make torches

Outcome Description Recipe
Cactus green - used to dye wool and clay
Lapis Lazuli - used to dye wool and clay, and to enchant items

Outcome Description Recipe
Steak - satisfies hunger
Cooked porkchop- satisfies hunger
Cooked chicken - satisfies hunger
Mutton Cooked mutton - satisfies hunger
Cooked rabbit - satisfies hunger
Baked potato - satisfies hunger
Cooked fish - satisfies hunger
Cooked salmon - satisfies hunger


These are the various items you can use as fuel, when smelting items. The number on the right shows how many seconds the fuel will last for.

Saplings 5
Sticks 5
Wooden slabs 7.5
Wooden tool (ax, sword, etc) 10
Wood 15
Wooden planks 15
Wooden structures (stairs, crafting table, etc) 15
Coal 80
Charcoal 80
Coal block 800
Lava 1000