Wu Kok refers to a savory Chinese snack which consists of a deep-fried ball of pastry filled/stuffed with cooled and mashed Taro. Also defined as deep-fried mashed Taro Puffs.

Wu Kok is also spelled Woo Kok. Based on Chinese-English Dictionary, "yù" (wu) means Taro and Jiǎo means dumpling.

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