While many recipes in Disney Dreamlight Valley typically have a descriptive name, few are as overt about their required ingredients as the Lemon Garlic Swordfish. As its name evidently suggests, the Lemon Garlic Swordfish is made from the Lemon Fruit, the Garlic Herb, and a Swordfish caught from fishing. As a three-star dish with specified ingredients, Dreamers can restore over 3,700 points by consuming this meal. However, as delicious as it might look, players might want to spare eating the Lemon Garlic Swordfish and save it for Chez Remy orders or an item from a Villager’s randomized Favorite Things of the Day.
Lemon Garlic Swordfish Recipe in Disney Dreamlight Valley
As mentioned above, the Lemon Garlic Swordfish Recipe in Disney Dreamlight Valley is exceptionally obvious since the meal’s required ingredients are listed in the name. However, even though players know what the resources are, they still need to figure out where to find or gather them. Fortunately, only two early-game biomes contain the ingredients for this dish.
First, to get Lemons in Disney Dreamlight Valley, players must harvest Lemon Trees found in the Forest of Valor and Glade of Trust. A single Lemon Tree produces three fruits at 27-minute intervals. The Forest of Valor can be accessed after spending 3,000 Dreamlight to remove its entrance’s Night Thorns, while 5,000 Dreamlight is needed to unlock the Glade of Trust. The Forest of Valor is also the biome location where players can get Garlic, a herb that cannot be planted but can only be foraged from the forest floor.
The final ingredient of the Lemon Garlic Swordfish Recipe in Disney Dreamlight Valley is Swordfish and will likely be the most challenging resource to acquire. According to YouTube content creator Quick Tips, Swordfish is rare Fish found in the waters of Dazzle Beach, an area that becomes available after spending 1,000 Dreamlight at the beginning of the game. As a rare Fish, Swordfish must be caught from fishing spots/nodes with orange rings and bubbles. In other words, it is quite unlikely that white or blue fishing nodes will yield a Swordfish. Since fishing rings and their rarity type spawn randomly, players might need to wait several minutes before an orange one appears.
Disney Dreamlight Valley is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Source: YouTube/Quick Tips