You’ll come across a variety of resources while exploring and adventuring in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Many are used for cooking dishes which are sold for Star Coins or used to replenish your energy after a long day’s work. However, the more difficult four and five-star dishes are not always so simple to craft. To get all of the ingredients, you usually have to get your hands dirty. This is especially true for Sole Meuniere, but regardless we’ll show how to make the four-star dish in this guide.
How to Make Sole Meuniere in Disney Dreamlight Valley
To make Sole Meuniere in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you need one of each ingredient: Wheat, Butter, Lemon, and Sole. Let’s start on the easier ingredients before we get to the mysterious Sole ingredient. Like Wheat, which we know you’ve tirelessly gathered by now, but if you need a refresher you can buy Wheat Seeds at Goofy’s stall in Peaceful Meadows for one Star Coin. Then all you have to do is plant and harvest.
Butter you can buy off the shelf from Remy’s Restaurant for 190 Star Coins. However, if you don’t see it, that’s because you still need to complete Remy’s quest “A Restaurant Makeover” to unlock the ingredient for purchase at his restaurant. You can find Lemons growing on the trees throughout the Forest of Valor and the Glade of Trust. So, you will have to unlock these biomes for a total sum of 8,000 Dreamlight in order to scavenge them for Lemons.
Last on the list is our mystery ingredient, Sole. This is actually a fish that you can only get in the Forgotten Lands. So, head to the ponds and look for the white fishing bubbles; keep fishing these and you’ll eventually catch a Sole fish. Now that you have all four of the ingredients, you can make Sole Meuniere by adding one Wheat, Butter, Lemon, and Sole into the Stove Pot at either your home or Remy’s Restaurant. Then, you can sell the Sole Meuniere for 637 Star Coins, or consume it for 2,337 Energy.
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