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Exploring the Delicious World of Vietnamese Che

Vietnamese cuisine is known for its flavorful and diverse dishes. One of the most popular and beloved Vietnamese desserts is che, a sweet and refreshing dessert soup. In this article, we will explore the origins of che, its different types, and how to make it at home.

What is Vietnamese Che or Dessert?

Che is a traditional Vietnamese dessert that is made by combining a variety of ingredients such as beans, fruits, tapioca pearls, and coconut milk. It is typically served cold as a refreshing and sweet dessert soup. The texture of che can vary depending on the ingredients used, but it is usually smooth and creamy.

Origins of Vietnamese Che

Che has been a part of Vietnamese cuisine for centuries. It originated in China and was brought to Vietnam during the Ming Dynasty. Over time, the Vietnamese adapted the recipe to their own taste and added local ingredients such as mung beans, sweet potatoes, and cassava. Today, che is a popular dessert enjoyed by people of all ages in Vietnam and around the world.

Types of Vietnamese Che

Vietnamese che comes in many different varieties, each with its own unique flavor and texture. Here are some of the most popular types:

Che Ba Mau

Che Ba Mau, also known as three-color che, is a colorful dessert made with three layers of green mung bean paste, yellow sweet corn paste, and red bean paste. It is topped with coconut milk and a sprinkle of toasted sesame seeds.

Che Chuoi

Che Chuoi is made with bananas, tapioca pearls, coconut milk, and sugar. It has a creamy texture and a sweet, tropical flavor.

Che Dau Xanh

Che Dau Xanh, or mung bean che, is made with mung beans, coconut milk, and sugar. It has a smooth and creamy texture and a nutty, slightly sweet flavor.

Che Troi Nuoc

Che Troi Nuoc is a sweet and sticky dessert made with glutinous rice balls filled with sweet mung bean paste. The balls are cooked in a sweet ginger syrup and served with coconut milk.

How to Make Vietnamese Che

Making Vietnamese che at home is easy and fun. Here is a simple recipe for Che Ba Mau:


  • 1/2 cup dried mung beans

  • 1/2 cup sweet corn kernels

  • 1/2 cup red beans

  • 1/2 cup sugar

  • 1/2 cup tapioca pearls

  • 1 can coconut milk

  • Toasted sesame seeds for topping


  1. Soak the mung beans, sweet corn kernels, and red beans in separate bowls of water overnight.

  2. Drain and rinse the beans and cook them in separate pots with enough water to cover, until they are tender.

  3. Drain the beans and puree them separately in a blender with a little water to make a smooth paste.

  4. Cook the tapioca pearls in a pot of boiling water until they become translucent.

  5. In a large pot, combine the three bean pastes with sugar and coconut milk. Bring to a boil and stir until the sugar dissolves.

  6. To serve, divide the cooked tapioca pearls among serving bowls and pour the hot bean paste mixture over the pearls.

  7. Let the che cool to room temperature, then refrigerate until cold.

  8. Top with toasted sesame seeds before serving.


Vietnamese che is a delicious and refreshing dessert that is enjoyed by people all around the world. With so many different varieties to choose from, there is sure to be a type of che that appeals to everyone. Whether you try making it at home or enjoy it at a Vietnamese restaurant, be sure to savor every sweet


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