How to Make Tekka Maki Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you don’t know how to make tekka maki in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to give you the recipe for this dish, so that you can prepare tekka maki for Scar’s dinner. It’s nothing too difficult, all things considered, but it is a tall order if you don’t know the proper ingredients. So, without any further ado, let’s begin.

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how to make tekka maki disney dreamlight valley
How to Make Tekka Maki Disney Dreamlight Valley

Disney Dreamlight Valley Tekka Maki Recipe

The tekka maki recipe in Disney Dreamlight Valley is pretty simple. You need four ingredients. First off, you need one Tuna. You can obtain those by fishing in the Glade of Trust. Next, the recipe requires one Rice, which you can pick up from Goofy’s stall in the same zone. As for Soya, our third ingredient, Goofy’s stall on the Sunlit Plateau sells it. Last, but definitely not least, is one Seaweed. This one is the debatably the easiest of the bunch, since you get it by fishing in any open water. Plop these four ingredients into the pot and select “Start Cooking.” That’s all there is to it. Tekka maki is a four-star dish, by the way.

And there you have it, that’s how you prepare tekka maki for Scar in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Incidentally, this is one of the steps in Scar’s quest called Friends Aren’t Food. It unlocks after you unlock Scar’s friendship quest. He demands you make him both tekka maki and sake maki. Say what you will about the guy, but Scar appears to have a very demanding and exquisite palate. On a different note, we have a whole bunch of other Disney Dreamlight Valley guides for you to check out if you get stuck somewhere else. For example, we’ve written articles like Halloween Quests & Rewards, Raven Favorite Food & How to Approach Ravens, and many others. I think you might find them useful.

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