What is Che?

Che is originated from the North of Vietnam. It refers to any Vietnamese sweet soups and desert pudding. Che is normally made from different types of fruit and beans. Since Vietnam is a tropical country which is known for its various kinds of fruit, there are hundred different types of Che and even more ways to make them. The North of Vietnam has 4 seasons, spring, summer, fall, and winter. The south of Vietnam has 2 main seasons, rain and dry. Just like fruit, Che is seasonal and exceptionally fresh.

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You can enjoy Che either hot or cold, depends on the seasons. Normally,  cold sweet soups will be served in see-through glass cups with ice on the side On the other hand, hot sweet soups is served in small bowls. There is no better way to refresh your body in the middle of a hot summer day than having a cool fresh cup of Che, and to warm your body up with a hot bowl of Vietnamese sweet soup in a freezing winter night.

Note:  Many types of Vietnamese sweet soup are the combination of different types of basic Vietnamese sweet soups.

List of easy homemade Vietnamese sweet soups and recipes:

Logan and lotus seed sweet soup

Serve: Hot or Cold

Recipe: Here

hatsen

 

Rice ball sweet soup

Serve: Hot

Recipe: Here

troinuoc

Green bean sweet soup

Serve: Hot or Cold

Recipe: Here

dauxanh

Red been sweet soup

Serve: Hot or Cold

Recipe: Here

daudo

Black turtle been sweet soup

Serve: Hot or Cold

Recipe: Here

doden

Pomelo  sweet soup

Serve: Cold

Recipe: Here

buoi

Three colored sweet soup or Rain Bow dessert

Serve: Cold

Recipe: Here

3mau

Vietnamese Sweet Soups – Che

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