Getting a good haul of Fish gives you many options, including making a tasty dish. Meals such as Maki Roll take a few ingredients and provide decent restoration and profits in Stardew Valley. Here’s the complete process of cooking it in your farmhouse!
Being a farmer requires developing profitable crops like Apricot, Red Cabbage, and Melon. It takes a huge chunk of your energy. But after gaining access to a Cookout Kit or Kitchen, you can finally make your meals and replenish your stamina.
If you’ve kept some fish in your Fridge and a few raw ingredients from your farm, you can prepare a Maki Roll. It’s not as lucrative as the Complete Breakfast and Pumpkin Pie, but it’s worth the try if you have some Tuna or Sunfish in your inventory. In this guide, you’ll learn about the step-by-step procedure to make it!
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What is a Maki Roll?
It’s a cooked dish easily prepared in the kitchen of your upgraded farmhouse from the Carpenter’s Shop or Cookout Kit. You’ll receive a good amount of rejuvenation by consuming it, and it also sells for a reasonable price.
Moreover, you can add a Qi Seasoning to increase its healing effects by 80% and add 50% to its buff duration. It even gives a +1 in every buff except for Speed. Unfortunately, it doesn’t offer anything to enhance your skills, but here are the benefits you’ll get from this meal:
|Healing Effects and Buffs
|Without Qi Seasoning
How to Get a Maki Roll?
Aside from making it yourself, you may visit these stores to get it:
- Krobus’ Shop. You may randomly find it in his stock on Saturdays, with a price ranging from 50g to 500g.
- The Stardrop Saloon. You’ll occasionally see in their rotating stock for 440g. Their Garbage Can may sometimes give you this “dish of the day.”
How to Cook a Maki Roll?
A Maki Roll only needs three ingredients. You may use any Fish (1), Rice (1), and Seaweed (1). You may get the first item from your fishing pond or by the beach. It may range from a simple Fishing Pole Fish like Largemouth Bass or a Crab Pot Fish like Shrimp, Lobster, and Clam.
Getting Rice won’t be difficult if you’ve purchased the Mill from the Carpenter’s Shop and have some unmilled rice. You can also produce Wheat Flour with it and make desserts like Blackberry Cobbler, Blueberry Tart, Maple Bar, and many more. The last ingredient is the easiest to gather as you can find it in several areas by foraging.
Once you have collected all the ingredients, you can check the stove and get your Maki Roll instantly.
Additionally, you’ll get this recipe by watching The Queen of Sauce on the 21st of Summer (Wednesday), Year 1. But if you missed this show, you may purchase its formula from Gus at the Saloon for 300g.
Facts and Information
Placing its regular quality in the Shipping Bin gives you 220g. But if you added the seasoning, its price increases by 50%, making it worth 330g. Note that this also applies to other cooked dishes in Stardew Valley.
Apart from consuming or selling it, you may also use it in the spool of a Sewing Machine and produce a black-colored Shirt. It also makes a great black dye for dyeable clothes. However, you can’t use it to color your dye pots.
It’s a well-liked gift for most NPCs, but Willy feels neutral on receiving it. Other villagers like Krobus and Leo dislike it, while Emily and Evelyn hate it. Most of them have different perspectives when getting it, so make sure to know what they like!
Unfortunately, it’s not helpful in any tasks in-game. But extracting its uses won’t be difficult since you can use it as a snack or gift. You’ll also earn money from selling them.
It’s one of the items required to complete the Chef’s Bundle in the Bulletin Board. You’ll also need a Maple Syrup, Fiddlehead Fern, Truffle, Poppy, and Fried Egg to accomplish it. Successfully finishing this Junimo Donation rewards you with three pieces of Pink Cake.
What Can You Do with a Kitchen in Stardew Valley?
Aside from making a Maki Roll, you can also try making other dishes such as:
- Fruit Salad
- Spicy Eel
These are just a few of the most leisurely meals you can produce in your kitchen. Make sure that you also have other foraged ingredients like morel and mushroom. You may also need some crops from your farm, such as garlic, corn, beet, or other yields.