Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Cook Fish Salad

Gift your Dreamlight Valley friends with some tasty-looking fish salad.

How to Cook Fish Salad Disney Dreamlight Valley

Fish Salad is one of the various Entrée recipes you can easily make in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Despite being a 3-star meal, Fish Salad’s ingredients are easily accessible, so long as you know which biome to look for and what to do.

Read on, and this guide will provide a complete list of ingredients needed to make fish salad, including how to cook the recipe and locations for where to find each ingredient.

How to Make Fish Salad in Dreamlight Valley

Once you have a cooking station and at least one piece of coal ore at your disposal, throw the following ingredients into the pot to cook the fish salad recipe:

  • Lettuce x1
  • Lemon x1
  • Any Fish x1 (Aside from Carp)
Dreamlight Valley Fish Salad Recipe
Fish Salad Recipe – Disney Dreamlight Valley

Lemons can be harvested from lemon trees, which can be found in the Forest of Valor and Glade of Trust. If you’re just starting out, unlocking Forest of Valor before Glade of Trust will save you a lot of Dreamlights and allow you to stock up on lemons sooner in the game.

Lettuces can be purchased from Goofy’s Stall in Peaceful Meadow. You also have the option to buy lettuce seeds. They usually grow in 3 minutes but can be lessened if planted in their preferred biome (Peaceful Meadow). Each seed yields one lettuce per harvest. You may also find and harvest lettuce by chance in Wall-E’s Garden.

Any Fish means that every ingredient that belongs in the fish category in the cooking menu can be used to make the Fish Salad Recipe; these include:

  • Anglerfish
  • Bass
  • Bream
  • Catfish
  • Cod
  • Salmon
  • Fugu
  • Here and There Fish
  • Herring
  • Kingfish
  • Lancetfish
  • Perch
  • Pike
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Sole
  • Swordfish
  • Tilapia
  • Tuna
  • Walleye
  • White Sturgeon

We left off the carp since when combined with lemon and lettuce, it makes Carp Salad, which is not what we had in mind. Keep in mind that there are white, blue, and golden circles found in all of the valley’s water areas, which are where the majority of fish may be captured.

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