Most sushi dishes in Disney Dreamlight Valley have very similar recipes to follow. Toss in some rice, add a bit of seaweed, and use either fish or vegetables to complete them. While Sake Sushi does have this structure, it requires a specific filling. This dish, in particular, is similar to Sake Maki, but there are some key differences. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to make Sake Sushi in Disney Dreamlight Valley.
How to Make Sake Sushi in Disney Dreamlight Valley
Below is the complete recipe for making Sake Sushi in Disney Dreamlight Valley:
- Salmon x1: Fish in Frosted Heights or Sunlit Plateau. Since Sunlit Plateau currently does not spawn fishing hotspots, your safest bet is to fish in Frosted Heights.
- Rice x1: Purchase rice or seeds from the Glade of Trust. Rice plants take 50 minutes to grow!
Once you have both ingredients, use them on either a stove or the Chez Remy cooking station to make the sushi dish.
It’s important to note that, despite having similar recipes, Sake Sushi is not the same as Sake Maki. With Sake Maki, you must add seaweed into the mix. While this lets you knock out two dishes quickly, it’s easy to mistake them. If you’re trying to make Saki Sushi, make sure you don’t add seaweed, or else you’ll make the Maki variation. Similarly, if you add vegetables or other fish, you may get a different result altogether.
Disney Dreamlight Valley is available to play on PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation platforms through the official website. If you’d like to learn more about the game, check out How to Make Waffles. If you’d rather see a complete list of every cooking recipe in the game, be sure to check out our Disney Dreamlight Valley Cooking Guide.