Disney Dreamlight Valley | How to Make Ratatouille

In Disney Dreamlight Valley, a character worth finding and assisting is Remy, the protagonist rat from the film Ratatouille. This diminutive chef holds the key to discovering new ingredients and acquiring exciting recipes like Ratatouille.

How to recruit Remy in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To recruit Remy in Disney Dreamlight Valley and learn Ratatouille, follow these steps:

  1. Unlock the Ratatouille realm in Dream Castle for 2,000 Dreamlight. Upon unlocking, you will receive the quest, “An Important Night at the Restaurant.”
  2. Inside the realm, complete tasks such as cleaning dishes with your watering can and assisting Remy in preparing various dishes using fish, fruit, and crafting either a hearty salad or bell pepper puffs.
  3. After presenting your appetizer to Remy, complete additional cooking steps until you reach the final phase of the quest, where Remy will request the cooking of Ratatouille.
  4. The recipe ingredients are described by Remy as “vegetables! And spices! And memories! Go!”

For those seeking guidance on Ratatouille’s ingredients, here’s a recipe guide:

Ratatouille recipe guide in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To make Ratatouille in Disney Dreamlight Valley, gather the following five ingredients for this five-star recipe:

  • One Tomato.
  • One Eggplant.
  • One Onion.
  • One Zucchini.
  • One of any Spice (such as Oregano or Basil).

Combine all five ingredients in the cooking pot to craft Ratatouille. Serve it for critique, and you will instantly unlock the Ratatouille recipe. After this, Remy will agree to move into the Village. Place his house in Dreamlight Valley, welcome him to the Village, and talk to Remy to complete the “An Important Night at the Restaurant” quest.

While learning Ratatouille might seem challenging, the effort is worthwhile as it unlocks Remy and, eventually, his restaurant, offering ingredients like butter and eggs for purchase.

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