Ready to make a delicious meal? We sure hope so! Disney Dreamlight Valley has loads of different recipes for all sorts of meals. There’s only a slight issue, though… There are so many recipes that it can be hard to find the one you want! Kappa Maki is a relatively simple and effective meal that you can make once you unlock the Frosted Heights. But, if you don’t know what to throw into the cooking pot, then you’re never going to be able to experience the dish! Luckily, we have your back!
How to Make Kappa Maki in Disney Dreamlight Valley
In order to make the Kappa Maki dish, you’ll need one each of Seaweed, Cucumber, and Rice. Seaweed and Rice can be acquired at the Glade of Trust, though you can also get seaweed from the Sunlit Plateau or by fishing. The Frosted Heights is home to the Cucumber. Once you have all of the ingredients, you can put them into the cooking pot to make your Kappa Maki.
Kappa Maki is a three-star recipe, making it effective at energy generation without being overly expensive. This is a great meal to just have in your pocket, assuming you’ve been gathering the ingredients fairly regularly.
Seaweed is a foraging item. You’ll need to look around the Glade of Trust or Sunlit Plateau, usually around the waterfront. You can also fish it up, though you can’t do so from any water in the Plaza. Head out with a rod and you can catch all the plants you’d like!
Cucumbers and Rice are both growable. Cucumbers like being in the Frosted Heights, and Rice likes being in the Glade of Trust. You can also straight-up purchase them from Goofy if you’d like, though that’d make one expensive Maki!
This is far from the only food you can get in Disney Dreamlight Valley, though! You can get a ton of different ingredients. Here are a few guides to this neat game!
- Disney Dreamlight Valley Grilled Vegetables Recipe
- How Long to Grow Each Crop in Disney Dreamlight Valley
- How to Get a Vial of Ocean Water in Disney Dreamlight Valley
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