Sole Meuniere is among the various dishes you can cook in Disney Dreamlight Valley. It’s a 4-star Entrée, and eating it is a good way to restore some energy, and may be given to a villager as a gift to boost friendship levels. This dish calls for a greater composition, and obtaining its ingredients can be a challenge since it’s located in an end-game biome. As such, if you’re wondering how to make a Sole Meuniere, here’s what you need to do.
How to Make Sole Meuniere in Disney Dreamlight Valley?
To make Sole Meuniere, players only need to add 1 Butter, 1Lemon, 1Wheat, and 1Sole to any pot and cook it.
This can be done at any cooking station, and you’ll need 1 coal ore for every dish you make.
Each recipe is assigned a star rating from 1 to 5. The higher the number of stars, the more ingredients are needed. Since Sole Meuniere is a 4-star Recipe, it requires 4 ingredients as well.
How to Get Sole Meuniere Ingredients?
Some ingredients in Dreamlight Valley needs to be unlocked first before you can even get your hands on them. As such, here’s how you can get each and every ingredient needed to make the Sole Meuniere:
Butter – Costs 190 Star Coins and can be purchased at Remy’s Pantry, located inside Chez Remy.
Lemon – Can be harvested from lemon trees that can be found in the Forest of Valor and Glade of Trust Biomes.
Wheat – Can be purchased from Goofy’s Stall in Peaceful Meadow. You have the option to buy regular wheat or wheat seeds, which you’ll eventually have to grow. You may also find and harvest Wheat from WALL-E’s Garden.
Sole – A fish that you can only catch in the water areas of the Forgotten Lands. It only spawns in white fishing nodes (bubbling circles). You may also find and collect Sole from Moana’s Boat.
Gathering all the ingredients for Sole Meuniere in Disney Dreamlight Valley will cost you a lot of Dreamlights since it requires a fish that can only be found in an end-game biome. For new players this can be quite challenging. However the Sole Meuniere can be sold for 637 Star Coins so you’re guaranteed your money back if you’re not interested in eating it or giving it to someone.