Disney Dreamlight Valley Maki: Ingredients & Cooking Guide

Make Sake Maki & feast on the best Sushi in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

There are many recipes present in Disney Dreamlight Valley. These all require unique ingredients to cook. The best thing about all of this is that hunting down the ingredients is fun rather than tedious. Today our guide will teach you how to cook Disney Dreamlight Valley Sake Maki. 

Key Takeaways
  • Sake Maki is a 3-star dish.
  • To cook Sake Maki, you need coal, so make sure you have some in your inventory beforehand.
  • Cooking Sake Maki requires 3 different ingredients. These are Rice, Salmon, & Seaweed. Only Salmon can prove challenging to acquire for players who are in the early game. 
  • The game offers many Sushi dishes for Sushi lovers. Other dishes include regular Sushi, Kappa Maki, & Maguro Sushi.
  • There are a total of over 170 Disney Dreamlight Valley recipes as of now.
  • After the recipe has been cooked, it can be sold or eaten, or you can gift it to a character.

How To Cook Disney Dreamlight Valley Sake Maki?

To cook Sake Maki in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you will need the following ingredients: Rice, Salmon, and Seaweed. Here’s how to obtain these ingredients:

  1. Rice: You can find Rice and Rice Seeds in the Glade of Trust area. Go to Goofy’s Stall in this area, and you can purchase both Rice and Rice Seeds. You can also grow your own Rice by planting the Rice Seeds on your farm.
  2. Salmon: To obtain Salmon, you’ll need to go fishing in either the Frosted Heights or the Sunlit Plateau. Equip your fishing rod and find a fishing spot in one of these regions. Fish until you catch some Salmon, which can be used for cooking Sake Maki and other dishes.
  3. Seaweed: Seaweed can be found near lakes in various areas of the game, except for the starting Plaza. Simply explore the different regions, and when you come across a lake, you should be able to gather Seaweed.

Once you have gathered all the necessary ingredients, follow these steps to cook Sake Maki:

  1. Go to a Cooking Station. You can find Cooking Stations in different areas of the game.
  2. Interact with the Cooking Station and select the Sake Maki recipe.
  3. Place the required ingredients, which are Rice, Salmon, and Seaweed, into the Cooking Station.
  4. Start the cooking process, and after a few seconds, your Sake Maki will be ready.

Enjoy your freshly cooked Sake Maki in Disney Dreamlight Valley!

disney dreamlight valley sake maki dish recipe and cooking guide
A cooked Sake Maki | Screenshot grabbed by eXputer

Wrap Up

Fans are very excited to see where the game goes. That is very obvious with this recent Subreddit post. It is clear that the developers are very passionate and that they love the franchises as much as the fans of the game do. We know that the game is in good hands and will continue receiving high-quality, engaging content. 

There is so much to do in the game, and most of the stuff isn’t boring. That is the best thing about all of it. Cooking with Remy is a brilliant form of fanservice that the developers have put in for the players. Speaking of our rat friend, you can acquire three of Remy’s recipe books to help you further improve as a chef. 

We at eXputer are very excited about where the game goes from here. We want to hear your thoughts about it. Who is your favorite Disney Dreamlight Valley voice actor? Did you know that you can do a quest for Ursula? Have you gotten yourself an animal companion? Let us know all about it in the comments section below. 

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Haris Umer is a Guides Writer on eXputer who can be seen torturing himself by playing FromSoftware’s offering of Souls games. He speaks about games with overwhelming passion, which readers can spot in his guides. Haris has been avidly playing video games for 15+ years now. You can find out more about his gaming experience by looking through his PSN and Steam profiles.

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