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Palia: How to Get the Poke Bowl Recipe



Palia: How to Get the Poke Bowl Recipe

Poke Bowl is one of the new food recipes in Palia that players can unlock by participating in the Maji Market Event. It is the first-ever event in Palia, and there are several activities for players as well as exclusive event quests. There are also exclusive event accomplishments that players can complete, and one of them will allow players to unlock the Poke Bowl Recipe.

Looking to know how to get your hands on the Poke Bowl recipe? Then you’re in the right place. We’ll tell you everything you need to know to get the Poke Bowl Recipe in Palia.

How to Get the Poke Bowl Recipe

To unlock the Poke Bowl Recipe, you will need to complete the Just Desserts Accomplishment. This requires you to eat all 11 Sweet Maji Market Foods from the villagers’ stalls. The Just Desserts Accomplishment can be found under the Stamp Cards in the Maji Market Event details.

All 11 Sweet Food items are divided among three different villagers’ stalls: Reth, Delaila, and Kenyatta. You need to go to each villager stall and interact with the cash register at the stall to open the store. The Sweet Food items that you can find at each stall are as follows:

  • Reth’s Stall:
    • Reth’s Red Bean Mochi
    • Reth’s Ice Cream Mochi
  • Delaila’s Stall:
    • Delaila’s Halo Halo
    • Delaila’s Handy Crepe
    • Delaila’s Tanghulu
    • Delaila’s Spiced Sweet Roll
    • Delaila’s Peach Cake
    • Delaila’s Melon Bun
    • Delaila’s Hopalong Puff
    • Delaila’s Rolled Ice Cream
  • Kenyatta’s Stall:
    • Chapaa Pop
How to Get the Poke Bowl Recipe

Buying all of these food items will cost you 6,050 Gold in total, so make sure you have enough gold. After buying the food items, open your inventory and right-click on each food item to eat them one by one. Eating all of these food items will complete the Just Desserts Accomplishment and you will get the Poke Bowl Recipe.

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