Craving some seafood? We have a great meal for you! Fish steak in Disney Dreamlight Valley is but one of several dozen recipes that you can throw together. Whenever you find an oven or another cooking station, you can create this along with many other works of culinary perfection! However, you’re going to want to make this meal so you can add it to your cookbook. That’ll make things easier in the future! If you’re wanting Fish Steak to become your go-to meal, or just something for the collection, we can help out.
How to Make Fish Steak in Disney Dreamlight Valley
Fish Steak is made using Basil, any Fish, and Tomato in Disney Dreamlight Valley. This 3-star meal restores a potent amount of stamina if you eat it, or you can sell it for at least 100 star coins. To find the ingredients, you’ll need to fish in any location and find an ingredient in the “Fish” category. Then, you’ll have to go to Dazzle Beach and Peaceful Meadow to get the plant-based components.
Any fish will work for this recipe. The better the fish, the more effective and expensive the steak will be. However, you might be able to just sell the fish for more star coins than the recipe is worth, if its a good enough fish!
Then, you’ll need to find some Basil. This grows around the Peaceful Meadow, and is just a pile of leaves. Easy! Just walk around and pick some up, since you’ll need it for a few different recipes.
The only annoying part of this meal is the tomato. You can buy it at Goofy’s Stall in Dazzle Beach for a paltry 33 coins. Alternatively, you can buy some seeds from the same place and grow them. This takes more time, but improves how much profit you can make from the recipe.
Then, just bring your ingredients to a cooking location, like an oven, and you can just toss this thing together!
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