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Cooking

Welcome to our Stardew Valley cooking and recipes guide.

You can start cooking in Stardew Valley after the first upgrade of your farmhouse. Go to Robin to purchase an upgrade. The upgrade will include a stove and a refrigerator, which will allow you to cook. Store the items that you want to cook in the refrigerator (which has 36 slots). Only ingredients in the refrigerator or in your inventory are usable items for a recipe. We recommend placing a few chests in your kitchen to store other cooking ingredients and to store cooked dishes.

In order to cook a recipe, you must have learned that recipe. You can learn new cooking recipes in Stardew Valley by watching the cooking show, "Queen of Sauce," on TV on Wednesday and Sundays (you need to purchase a TV) or by befriending villagers, who will send you recipes through the mailbox after you have reached a certain friendship level. Gus at the Saloon also has a few recipes.

What's worth cooking in Stardew Valley?
Sashimi for any fish that sells for less than 75g is worth cooking. Sashimi is also generally liked by many villagers as a gift. If you fish a lot or have crab pots, you will have lots of fish. Explore more by going to our "Sashimi" section to learn which fish is worthwhile converting to sashimi by fishing skill level.

Other recipes that are worth cooking include Spicy Eel and Crab Cakes, which are excellent for mining trips, foods that boost fishing skill, and foods that boost foraging skills. Check out our category "Stat Bonuses" to filter recipes by the stat bonus you are interested in.

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Description
Ingredients
Energy
Health
Stat Bonus
Artichoke Dip It's cool and refreshing. 100 40
Autumn's Bounty A taste of the season. 220 88
Baked Fish Baked fish on a bed of herbs. 75 30
Blueberry Tart It's subtle and refreshing. 125 50
Bruschetta Roasted tomatoes on a crisp white bread. 113 45
Cheese Cauliflower It smells great! 138 62
Chowder A perfect way to warm yourself after a cold night at sea. 225 90
Coleslaw It's light, fresh and very healthy. 213 85
Complete Breakfast You'll feel ready to take on the world! 200 80
Cookie Very chewy. 90 36
Crab Cakes Crab, bread crumbs, and egg formed into patties then fried to a golden brown. 225 101
Cranberry Candy It's sweet enough to mask the bitter fruit. 125 50
Cranberry Sauce A festive treat. 125 50
Crispy Bass Wow, the breading is perfect. 90 36
Dish o' The Sea This'll keep you warm in the cold sea air. 125 50
Escargot Butter-soaked snails cooked to perfection. 225 101
Farmer's Lunch This'll keep you going. 200 80
Fiddlehead Risotto A creamy rice dish served with sauteed fern heads. It's a little bland. 225 90
Fish Stew It smells a lot like the sea. Tastes better, though. 225 101
Fish Taco It smells delicious. 165 66
Fried Calamari It's so chewy. 80 32
Fried Eel Greasy but flavorful. 75 30
Fried Egg Sunny-side up. 50 50
Fried Mushroom Earthy and aromatic. 135 54
Glazed Yams Sweet and satisfying... The sugar gives it a hint of caramel. 200 80
Hashbrowns Crispy and golden-brown! 90 36
Ice Cream It's hard to find someone who doesn't like this. 100 40
Lobster Bisque This delicate soup is a secret family recipe of Willy's. 225 90
Maki Roll Fish and rice wrapped in seaweed. 100 40
Maple Bar It's a sweet doughnut topped with a rich maple glaze. 225 101
Miner's Treat This should keep your energy up. 125 50
Omelet It's super fluffy. 100 40
Pancakes A double stack of fluffy, soft pancakes. 90 36
Parsnip Soup It's fresh and hearty. 85 34
Pepper Poppers Spicy breaded peppers filled with cheese. 130 52
Pink Cake There's little heart candies on top. 250 100
Pizza It's popular for all the right reasons. 150 60
Plum Pudding A traditional holiday treat. 175 70
Pumpkin Pie Silky pumpkin cream in a flakey crust. 225 90
Pumpkin Soup A seasonal favorite. 200 80
Radish Salad The radishes are so crisp! 200 80
Rice Pudding It's creamy, sweet, and fun to eat. 115 46
Roasted Hazelnuts The roasting process creates a rich forest flavor. 175 70
Roots Platter This'll get you digging for more. 125 50
Salad A healthy garden salad. 113 45
Salmon Dinner The lemon spritz makes it special. 125 50
Sashimi Raw fish sliced into thin pieces. 75 30
Spaghetti An old favorite. 75 30
Strange Bun What's inside? 50 20
Stuffing Ahh... the smell of warm bread and sage. 170 68
Super Meal It's a really energizing meal. 160 64
Survival Burger A convenient snack for the explorer. 1 50
Tortilla Can be used as a vessel for food or eaten by itself. 50 20
Vegetable Medley This is very nutritious. 165 74