Sizzling Stakes

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Sizzling Stakes
Sizzling Stakes from Super Mario Party.
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 4-Player minigame
Initial record 25.00
Music track Around and Around
Music sample

Sizzling Stakes is a 4-Player minigame appearing in Super Mario Party.


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.


  • Joy-Con (L) / Joy-Con (R) – Lift the pan

In-game text[edit]

  • Cook every surface of the cube!
  • Your Joy-Con will rumble while a surface is cooking and stop rumbling when a surface is fully cooked.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 焼いてサイコロステーキ
Yaite saikoro sutēki
Cook the Dice Steak
Chinese 香煎骰子牛
Xiāngjiān Tóuziniú
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