There are a ton of recipes that you can create in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Seriously, there are just so many ways to turn basic ingredients into more complete meals. Meals are crucial to avoid wasting time with rests at your home, so you’re going to want to know how to make easy, efficient meals for your day-to-day grind. These’ll be critical! So, how do you make a marinated herring meal in Disney Dreamlight Valley? We can help you make this basic meal so you can have a quick bite to eat while farming.
How to Make Marinated Herring in Disney Dreamlight Valley
The marinated herring recipe in Disney Dreamlight Valley is a simple appetizer created from an onion and a herring. Onions are purchased in the Forest of Valor Goofy Stall, though they are typically only available as seeds. Herring can be fished either at Dazzle Beach or the Glade of Trust. This level 2 recipe can provide a healthy amount of energy, or be sold for a solid 305 coins.
Getting these materials can be a bit frustrating at times. Specifically, we’re referring to the onion. Onions aren’t the slowest growing crops in Disney Dreamlight Valley, but they still eat up an hour of your time. Even getting a single one of these fellas will take some dedication. Thankfully, the Forest of Valor is unlocked rather early on. You can get started with this quickly.
Herrings will take a touch of extra time. You’ll need to be on Dazzle Beach or the Glade of Trust for it to be added to your fishing options. Once you’re in these two areas, the Herring is not the rarest fish that you can gather in this game. You’ll likely need to grind for a little while, though. Fishing has a ton of different ingredients that you can find; you can even fish up seaweed, if you’re unlucky enough.
Once you have one of each of these items, head back to Remy’s and you can throw them into the cooking pot. You’ll just need one of each for each marinated herring that you want to cook. Though, be careful about cooking too much! You don’t want to clog your inventory with basted fish, do you?
Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.