You need to make bouillabaisse in Disney Dreamlight Valley in order to give as a gift, as part of orders in Remy's restaurant, and for certain questlines - including the early 'Diner With a Friend' Goofy quest.
To help with your cooking needs, and any quest that requires you to make it, we've detailed exactly how to make bouillabaisse in Disney Dreamlight Valley below.
If you're looking for more things to cook, our recipes list can help.
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How to make bouillabaisse in Disney Dreamlight Valley
Although you get the bouillabaisse recipe from Goofy as part of his 'Diner With a Friend' quest, it's actually very easy to mess up and make a fish soup, or another fish-based dish instead.
If you need to make bouillabaisse as a gift for somebody, or as their meal in Remy's restaurant before getting the recipe, it's even harder to make if you don't already have an idea of what goes into bouillabaisse.
A good way to make sure you're not messing up the dish if you do have the recipe for bouillabaisse is to select 'Recipes' from the top left-hand corner while cooking, then select the bouillabaisse recipe and press the 'Autofill' button. This will add all the ingredients to your pot in the correct order (as long as you have them) and then you can use up one coal to make one bouillabaisse dish.
For those that don't have the recipe, here's what you need to make bouillabaisse in Disney Dreamlight Valley:
- 1 Shrimp
- 1 Tomato
- 2 Seafood
- 1 Vegetable
To ensure you make bouillabaisse instead of another fish dish, we recommend using clams or scallops as the two seafood ingredients, and a lettuce as the vegetable. If you're not using the autofill function, then we also recommend putting the ingredients in the exact order of our list above.
Disney Dreamlight Valley's September update is here! You can now get Belle and the Beast by completing the Into the West Wing and A Prince in Disguise quests. The Fairy Godmother is still in the valley so you can continue the story through the Forgotten Memories quest. You can also now have multiple player homes and customise furniture. If you're still catching up on the storyline, make sure you complete The Great Blizzard quest for unlocking Olaf, along with bringing both Simba and Nala to the valley. For more help, check out our recipe list, how to upgrade your house, change your house colour, critters' favourite foods and redemption codes. Finally, don't forget to visit our future and current character list to see who might be visiting the valley next!
Where to get bouillabaisse ingredients in Disney Dreamlight Valley
The vegetables will be the easiest bouillabaisse ingredients to find. You can get lettuce or lettuce seeds from Goofy's stall in Peaceful Meadows. If it's not appearing for you, make sure you have Goofy's stall upgraded as much as you can.
For tomatoes or tomato seeds, you'll need to unlock Goofy's stall on Dazzle Beach, located in the southeastern area of the beach, near the wooden pier. Again, if you don't see tomatoes or tomato seeds here, try upgrading Goofy's stall.
For the two seafood ingredients, stick to Dazzle Beach and pick up the pink and blue shells along its shoreline. These are clams and scallops, and as mentioned above, we recommend using them to make bouillabaisse because they are fairly common ingredients, and they help make sure you don't accidentally make another fish dish while cooking.
Catching a shrimp is the hardest part of making bouillabaisse. Shrimp are found by fishing at Dazzle Beach, but they are one of the more rarer catches here. You'll just have to keep fishing at the circle bubble spots in the water at Dazzle Beach to eventually get a shrimp.
If you plan on making multiple dishes of bouillabaisse then you should 'hang out' with a character who you have the fishing bonus assigned to. This means they will occasionally find another of the ingredient you get while fishing, making the hunt for shrimp easier.
The same applies to picking vegetables. Hanging out with a character with the gardening bonus will get you more of that vegetable when you harvest them.