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Che - Vietnamese sweet and beverage dessert soup.
Che Vietnamese sweet and beverage dessert soup is a traditional Vietnamese sweet beverage, dessert soup or pudding. Varieties of Che are made with mung beans, black-eyed peas, kidney beans, tapioca, jelly (clear or grass), fruit (longan, mango, durian, lychee or jackfruit), and coconut cream. Other types are made with ingredients such as salt, aloe vera, seaweed, lotus seed, sesame seed, sugar palm seeds, taro, cassava and pandan leaf extract. Che are often prepared with one of a number of varieties of beans, tubers, and/or glutinous rice, cooked in water and sweetened with sugar. In southern Vietnam, che are often garnished with coconut creme.
Che in North Vietnam
In northern Vietnam, che is also the word for the tea plant. Tea is also known as nuoc che in the North or more commonly tra in both regions.
The Chinese category of sweet soups called tong sui are very similar to che.
Varieties of Che
There is a nearly endless variety of named dishes with the prefix che, thus it is impossible to produce a complete list. therefore What follows is a list of the most typical traditional varieties of che.
BEANS
Beans and pulses
Che ba màu (literally “three colors che”) – usually including green mung beans, white black-eyed peas, and red azuki beans, although people can cook with any ingredients making any three colours they like (compare with halo halo).
Che đậu đen – made from black beans; one of the most popular varieties of che, particularly for northern Vietnamese
Che đậu đỏ – made from azuki beans, usually using whole beans, rarely using ground beans.
Che đậu huyết – made from red beans.
Che đậu trắng – made from black-eyed peas. Oftentimes, this dessert is just referred to as che đậu as it is one of the most common bean dessert for southern Vietnamese.
Che đậu xanh – made from whole mung beans
prepared in southern Vietnam, uses less mung beans)
Rice, grains, tubers and cereals
Che bánh lọt – made from bánh lọt – a cake from Huế (lọt means “to sift”).
Che bắp (the Southern dialect) or chè ngô (the Northern dialect) – made from corn and tapioca rice pudding
Che sắn lắt – made from sliced cassava
Che cốm – made from young rice.
Che củ súng – made from water lily bulbs
Che hột lựu (called by this name in southern Vietnam and by che hạt lựu in northern Vietnam) – in this dish, rice paste are cut into pomegranate seed-shaped pieces.
Che hột é – basil seed drink
Che khoai lang – made from sweet potato
Che kê – made from millet
Che khoai tây – made from potato
Che mè đen – made from black sesame seeds
Che sen – made from thin vermicelli and jasmine flavoured syrup
Che hạt sen – made from lotus seeds
Che sen trần
Che sen dừa – made from lotus seeds and coconut water
Che củ sen – made from lotus tubers
Che mã thầy (or che củ năng) – made from water chestnuts
Cơm rượu – mildy alcoholic chè.
Fruits and plants
Che hoa quả mixture of different fruits including pineapple, watermelon, apple, pear, mango, lychee, dried banana, cherry, and dried coconut with milk, yogurt, and syrup
Che nhãn – made from longan
Che trái cây – made from fruits
Che xoài – made from mango
Che trái vải – lychee and jelly
Che bưởi – made from grapefruit oil and slivered rind
Che chuối – made from bananas and tapioca (Vietnamese: bột báng)
Che sầu riêng – made from durian
Che thốt nốt – made from sugar palm seeds
Che mít – made from jackfruit
Che lô hội – made from Aloe vera
Hột é – made from Sterculia lychnophora extract and basil seeds
Jellies
Che thạch or che rau câu – made from agar agar
Che thạch lựu – made from seaweed and other pomegranate seed-shaped tapioca pearls.
Che thạch sen – made from seaweed and lotus seeds
Sương sáo – Grass jelly
Che thạch sen – thin, vermicelli-like jellies.
Jellies
Che thạch or che rau câu – made from agar agar
Che thạch lựu – made from seaweed and other pomegranate seed-shaped tapioca pearls.
Che thạch sen – made from seaweed and lotus seeds
Sương sáo – Grass jelly
Che thạch sen – thin, vermicelli-like jellies.














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