During the What Home Feels Like quest, you will help Elsa feel more at home in Disney Dreamlight Valley.
So, to complete the What Home Feels Like quest, you will have to collect a lot of ingredients to prepare two different dishes for Elsa to remind her of where she came from.
Therefore, follow this in-depth guide to learn how to gather all the ingredients and complete the What Home Feels Like quest in the adventure game developed by Gameloft for PC, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation platforms.
How To Complete Disney Dreamlight Valley What Home Feels Like Quest
To unlock the What Home Feels Like quest, complete the Breaking The Ice quest by clearing the Ice Cavern’s entrance of ice blocks and finding the source of the strange sound.
Then, you will have to progress with Remy until you complete A Restaurant Makeover quest and unlock the Chez Remy Restaurant.
Finally, you’ll have to reach Friendship Level 3 with Elsa and unlock the Glade of Trust for a 5.000 Dreamlight fee if you didn’t do it by now.
Once you fulfill the What Home Feels Like quest requirements listed above, talk to Elsa to learn that she’s feeling a little bit lost, and you decide to cook some dishes to make her feel more at home.
The two dishes she wants are Fish Pie and Arendellian Pickled Herring, but one of them requires two unique ingredients we will cover in the following.
Dandelion Syrup Ingredients Locations In What Home Feels Like Quest
To prepare the Dandelion Syrup required for the Fish Pie, you will need to collect the following ingredients: 1 Lemon, 5 Dandelions, 5 Garlic, 2 Onions, and 1 Empty Vial.
Check the trees around the Forest of Valor and Glade of Trust to find Lemons. Harvest a Lemon tree to obtain 3 Lemon.
Dandelions can only be found around Plaza. Search the whole Plaza area and collect 5 Dandelions.
If you can’t find 5 of them, wait for a couple of hours until more appear around the Plaza.
Then, Garlic is only found scattered in the Forest of Valor and grows wildly. Harvest 5 Garlic plants to add them to your inventory.
You can also bring a Villager with you specialized in Harvesting for a chance to obtain additional Garlic.
Onions are available for purchase at Goofy’s Stall in Forest of Valor once you’ve upgraded it two times.
If you don’t see the Onions, you can buy Onion Seeds to plant them. Then, wait 75 minutes for them to grow.
Also, between these 75 minutes, you’ll have to water them two more times after you plant them to reach maturity, so keep an eye on the crops.
How To Craft Empty Vial In What Home Feels Like Quest
Finally, the Empty Vial is a craftable material that can be made at the Crafting Station under the Refined Material Tab. To craft an Empty Vial, you will need 3 Glass.
Glass is also a craftable material, and you’ll need to gather 15 Sand and 3 Coal Ore.
Sand can only be found on Dazzle Beach, and there are two easy ways to collect it:
- Dig randomly around Dazzle Beach for a chance of receiving Sand.
- Break the sea debris (looking like blue eggs) using your pickaxe to obtain Sand guaranteed.
Coal Ore can be found anywhere, and you should have no problem finding 3 Coal Ore. Just mine the Rock Spots or black Mining Deposits.
Once you’ve gathered 15 Sand and 3 Coal Ore, go to the Crafting Station, select the Refined Material tab, and craft 3 Glass. Then, craft an Empty Vial using the 3 Glass you’ve made.
Return to Elsa with all the required ingredients for the Dandelion Syrup. After she mixes all the ingredients, she will hand you the Dandelion Syrup for safekeeping.
Glittering Herring Location In What Home Feels Like Quest
The next ingredient necessary to prepare the Fish Pie is the Glittering Herring. This type of Herring can only be found in Glade of Trust on a rainy day.
If it’s not raining in your world right now, just wait until the rain begins. It will, eventually.
Then, during the rain, go to Glade of Trust near the Fast Travel Well and cast the line into the orange bubbling fishing spot to pull out a Glittering Herring. If you don’t catch a Herring, find another orange fishing spot.
Now, make sure you have 1 Wheat (from crops or Goofy’s Stall in Peaceful Meadow) and 1 Butter (from Chez Remy) in your inventory.
Go to a Cooking Station (Chez Remy), and drop the Glittering Herring, the Wheat, the Butter, and the Dandelion Syrup into the pot to prepare the Fish Pie for Elsa, which is also a pretty glittery meal.
Arendellian Pickled Herring Recipe
The next step is to prepare the Arendellian Pickled Herring using the Recipe given by Elsa at the beginning of the What Home Feels Like quest.
To prepare the Arendellian Pickled Herring Recipe, you will need to gather the following ingredients:
- Herring (regular version)
- Any Herb/Spice (Oregano or Basil)
The regular Herring can be found by fishing in the waters of Dazzle Beach and Glade of Trust.
For the rest of the ingredients, you already know where to find them from the Dandelion Syrup Recipe.
Once you have all the necessary ingredients, go to a Cooking Station and drop them into the pot to prepare the Arendellian Pickled Herring.
Bring the meals to Elsa, who will be delighted, and also, it will bring her back memories of burying a chest near the Ice Cavern.
Go on the left side of the Ice Cavern’s entrance, near the giant ice block, to find the tip of Elsa’s Secret Chest.
Use your Royal Shovel to pull the chest out, open it and collect the two items off the ground: Arendellian Extra-Pickled Herring and Purple Crest.
Give the Arendellian Extra-Pickled Herring to Elsa, then she will tell you how she used to treasure hunt, and she will hand you a jar of Arendellian Pickled Herring as a reward for finding her secret chest.
Now, go inside the Ice Cavern and place the Purple Crest on the Puzzle Pedestal with the other Crest you’ve put in the previous quest.
Return to Elsa, who will thank you for everything you’ve done, and she is looking forward to solving the mystery behind the Puzzle Pedestal by finding the remaining two crests.
Congratulations on completing the What Home Feels Like quest in Disney Dreamlight Valley and unlocking the following quest in line named The Singing Ice.
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