Pato No Tucup (Duck in Tucupi) also called Pato No Tucupi refers to one of the popular foods in Northern Brazil. It is a stew made of duck boiled in manioc root broth; a duck cooked in manioc Extract with garlic and Jambu (Brazilian herb).

Pato No Tucupi is also one of the traditional foods during the Cirio de Nazare, Brazil's largest religious festival held annually uring the second Sunday of October.

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