For lunch today in Taipei I found a small street food place near my hostel.
On the menu was this item:
Here's a photo of the relevant part of the menu:
麻油 is sesame oil, 米 is rice, and 血 is blood. But what is Q?
I know English/Latin/Roman alphabet letters are sometimes used in colloquial/casual Chinese, often but not always when there is not a character to represent a word or sound from language besides Mandarin, be it English or another Chinese language.
What does the Q stand for, and what is this dish?