Arroz con Pato a dish of rice with duck; rice cooked with onion, garlic, coriander, chili, Chicha, malt beer, duck stock, peas and capsicum, served with a piece of duck Arroz con Pato is one of the typical foods of Chiclayo, a city of Peru which is cooked with duck, loche (pumpkin) and fried duck and decorated with onion, parsley and coriander. Arroz con Pato is one of the traditional dishes from Peru that uses Chicha as an ingredient.

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