Ding Bian Cuo
鼎邊銼
dǐng biān cuò


    In Mandarin Chinese, “cuo” means wallowing and “ding bian” means the edge of a Chinese wok. This dish is made by steaming rice paste on the edge of a Chinese wok before it is added to the soup. The soup also contains pork, shrimp, lilies, fungus, mushrooms, dried squid, and shredded bamboo shoots. The soup is delicious and salty. The most famous Ding Bian Cuo shop can be found in Keelung Temple Entrance Night Market.