|Appears in||Super Mario Party|
|Music track||Around and Around|
The first player walks to a stove. They then have a frying pan, and the screen divides into four.
The minigame is set in a kitchen. The players must each cook a meat cube, occasionally flicking the pan upwards to flip over the meat, using cues from the Joy-Con's rumble. All human players must press the right button to drop a meat cube. They must fully cook all six sides of the meat cube. If the meat falls out of the pan, the player gets a new meat cube, causing them to restart from fresh. The first player to fully cook their meat cube wins.
The minigame also features a record system with a default record of 25 seconds.
The winner performs their victory animation while their cooked meat cube is on a nearby plate.
- / – Lift the pan
- Cook every surface of the cube!
- Your will rumble while a surface is cooking and stop rumbling when a surface is fully cooked.
Names in other languages
Yaite saikoro sutēki
|Cook the Dice Steak|
|Fry the Dice Steak|
|Dutch||Bak 't bruin||Pan-fry it brown. Pun on an expression meaning “to exaggerate / to make it worse”|
|French||Et que ça saute||Make It Jump (Expression meaning "ordering to do something instantly")|
|German||Gleichmäßig gebräunt||Consistent Browning|
|Italian||Dadoburger in padella||Dice Burger in Frying Pan|
|Korean||주사위 스테이크를 굴려라
Jusawi Seuteikeureul Gulryeora
|Roll the Dice Steak|
|Spanish||Cubo a la plancha||Grilled Cube|