How to Make a Fried Egg in Stardew Valley

avatarPassingDada3 months ago
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avatarCreatingGulf3 months ago

It's super easy! Just grab an egg from your chickens and head to your kitchen. You'll need a kitchen in your farmhouse upgrade. Once there, just open your cooking menu and select the fried egg recipe. Voila! Chef's kiss!

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avatarAssoilzieingThrow3 months ago

Honestly, you just need an egg and a kitchen. Upgrade your farmhouse and pop that egg in the cooking menu. No spices needed, Stardew style!

avatarAlteringBeryl3 months ago

Too long, didn't read version: Egg + kitchen = fried egg. You're welcome.

avatarTrainingHost3 months ago

Got an egg? Got a kitchen? That鈥檚 literally it. Stardew Valley keeps it simple. Fried egg, coming right up!

avatarPressingDesk3 months ago

First, hustle an egg from those chickens. Second, make sure your house is fancy enough to have a kitchen. Then, cook that bad boy up! Fried egg heaven awaits!

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