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How to make ratatouille in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Want to know all about ratatouille in Disney Dreamlight Valley? You’ve come to the right place. You will be required to make this dish to complete the quest called An Important Night at the Restaurant quest in the ratatouille realm of Disney Dreamlight Valley.

When you first show up in the realm of the movie Ratatouille, the lil’ mouse Remy will ask you to make several dishes. After you finish them, he will join you as a comrade in food. The most complicated of these dishes is how to make ratatouille in Disney Dreamlight Valley, which is why we’ve put together this guide.

Disney Dreamlight Valley ratatouille ingredients

To cook up a delicious ratatouille in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you will need to gather the following ingredients:

  • Basil
  • Eggplant
  • Onion
  • Tomato
  • Zucchini

But no worries, you will only need one of each of these ingredients to make the soup. So, this 5-star dish is a little complicated to make, even if you won’t have too much trouble gathering these foods from around the world.

How to make the soup

Once you’ve collected the ingredients listed above, then you can return to the cooking pot in the restaurant. All you need to do is throw all the ingredients into the cooking pot and then, hey presto, you’ll make ratatouille. A delicious vegetable soup that is surely going to be liked by all your friends.

Once you’ve done this, the recipe to make ratatouille will be added to your cookbook and you’ll be able to make this dish easily for friends in the future.

That’s everything you need to know about making this complicated French dish in Disney Dreamlight Valley. If you’re playing the relaxing Disney game, then check out our other guides on the game, like how to get the cucumber or how to make meringue.

Damiano Gerli

Damiano Gerli was born with a faithful Commodore 64 by his side. It taught him how to program basic adventure games and introduced him to new genres. Then, he fell in love with Sega -- while the Master System wasn't as powerful as the Genesis, it was where he played Sonic and Outrun. Years later, he got the idea that he was the most Sega-knowledgeable person in the world, so he opened a website in 1997, The Genesis Temple. Damiano is a gaming industry professional and historian, loves adventure and indie titles, but he never shies away from action and triple-A RPGs. Basically, Damiano is been writing about videogames for 20 years, with no plans to stop. Say hi to him on X at @damgentemp.