Dry Braised Salted Fish Recipe Genshin Impact

The Dry Braised Salted Fish recipe in Genshin Impact is one of many, many different recipes that you can get and make in the game. You can make this meal for its restorative properties, but it is also necessary to complete a specific world quest. The questions are just how to get it and where to find it, which is what we’ll be discussing in this guide. So, let’s dive in.

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dry braised salted fish recipe genshin impact
Dry Braised Salted Fish Recipe Genshin Impact

How to Get Dry Braised Salted Fish Recipe in Genshin Impact

To get the Dry Braised Salted Fish recipe in Genshin Impact, you need to go to a specific vendor in the south of Ritou, which is a town in the northwest of Narukami Island. We’ll show you exactly where you need to go in the screenshots below. Basically, you can start from the gazebo with portrait canvases and go down the stairs to the south, then turn left. There, you’ll see a food cart with blue decorations and a bowl of ramen on the roof, manned by a merchant called Ryouko. Talk to Ryouko and peruse her wares. That’s where you’ll be able to purchase the recipe for 1250 Mora. Alternatively, if you just need the dish, you can simply buy it directly for 350 Mora a pop.

There you have it, that’s how you get the Genshin Impact Dry Braised Salted Fish recipe, and the dish itself. By the way, the ingredients are one Fish and one Salt, so it’s nothing complicated if you want to prepare the meal on your own. As for why you would need the Dry Braised Salted Fish in the first place, it’s because it’s sometimes necessary for the Lofty Gourmet world quest. This quest pops up randomly in Ritou, and revolves around Saigou. You need to talk to this NPC, and they’ll ask you for one of four dishes. These can be Tuna Sushi, Onigiri, Egg Roll, and the salted fish we’ve been talking about. If he asks for the latter, go to Ryouko and grab the recipe, or just the dish, whichever works best for you.

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