How to Make Sake Maki Disney Dreamlight Valley

What ingredients do you need for the Sake Maki recipe in Disney Dreamlight Valley? The Scar’s Kingdom update has finally arrived in Disney Dreamlight Valley, and it has brought a whole lot of new content for fans to sink their teeth into. The man of the hour – or should we say the lion of the hour – is, of course, Scar himself! He arrives with two new questlines. Once you unlock Scar’s Friendship Quest, called “Friends aren’t food”, he’ll ask you to make the Scar’s Dinner Sake Maki recipe. In our guide, we explain how to prepare Sake Maki for Scar’s Dinner and what ingredients you need for this recipe.

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How to Make Sake Maki Disney Dreamlight Valley
Scar’s Dinner Sake Maki Recipe Disney Dreamlight Valley

Disney Dreamlight Valley Sake Maki Recipe Ingredients

So, let’s not beat around the bush here, and cut straight to the chase. How to make the Sake Maki recipe for Scar’s Dinner? Scar is hungry, and as the name of his quest suggests – Friends aren’t food! Thus, we will instead need to make him some nice meals. The “Prepare Scar’s Dinner” task includes Tekka Maki and Sake Maki. Here are ingredients which you need to make Sake Maki:

  • Salmon x1 – Can be found in the blue fishing ponds.
  • Rice x1 – Get from Goofy’s Stall at the Glade of Trust.
  • Seaweed x1 – Find it in any body of water, for example in Dazzle Beach.

And that’s it, these are all the ingredients that you need in order to prepare Scar’s Dinner Sake Maki recipe. You can prepare this meal from Remy’s kitchen. Or, of course, you can make it in your house if you have a Stove and cooking unlocked. With that said, our guide is completed. Have fun playing the new update!

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