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Bowl of chè xoài, a variety of chè made from mango

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TypeSoup or pudding
Place of originVietnam
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A woman selling chè in Hội An
Some new types of chè (mainly jelly, quite different from traditional chè)

Chè (Vietnamese pronunciation: [tɕɛ̀]~[cɛ̀]) is any traditional Vietnamese sweet beverage, dessert soup or stew,[1][2] or pudding. Chè includes a wide variety of distinct soups or puddings.[2][1] Varieties of Chè can be made with mung beans, black-eyed peas, kidney beans, tapioca,[3] jelly (clear or grass),[3] fruit[3] (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. Some varieties, such as chè trôi nước, may also include dumplings. Chè 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, chè are often garnished with coconut creme.

Chè may be served either hot or cold, and eaten with a bowl and spoon or drunk in a glass.[2][1] Each variety of chè is designated by a descriptive word or phrase that follows the word chè, such as chè đậu đỏ (literally "red bean chè").

Chè may be made at home page, but are also commonly sold in plastic cups at Vietnamese grocery stores.

In northern Vietnam, chè is also the word for the tea plant. Tea is also known as nước chè in the North or more commonly trà in both regions.


There is a nearly endless variety of named dishes with the prefix chè, and thus it is impossible to lớn produce a complete list. What follows is a list of the most typical traditional varieties of chè.

Some chè dishes at Cửa Việt culinary festival

Beans and pulses[edit]

  • Chè đậu cúc - made from pinto beans
  • Chè đậu đen - made from Đen turtle beans; one of the most popular varieties of chè, particularly for northern Vietnamese
  • Chè đậu đũa - made from asparagus beans
  • Chè đậu đỏ gay - made from azuki beans, usually using whole beans, rarely using ground beans.
  • Chè đậu gà - made from chickpeas.
  • Chè đậu huyết - made from red beans.
  • Chè đậu lăng - made from lentils
  • Chè đậu ngự - made from Phaseolus lunatus (or moon beans) - specialty in Huế, an imperial dish
  • Chè đậu phụng (or chè lạc) - made from peanuts
  • Chè đậu thận - made from kidney beans
  • Chè đậu trắng - made from black-eyed peas. Oftentimes, this dessert is just referred to lớn as chè đậu as it is one of the most common bean dessert for southern Vietnamese.
  • Chè đậu ván - made from Dolichos lablab (hyacinth beans); a specialty in Huế
  • Chè đậu ve - made from green beans
  • Chè đậu xanh - made from whole mung beans
    • Chè đỗ xanh rong biển - made from mung beans and kelp
    • Chè đỗ xanh đánh - made from ground mung beans
    • Chè đậu đãi - made from ground skinless mung beans (đãi means to lớn remove the skin)
    • Chè đỗ xanh nha đam - mung beans and pieces of fresh aloe vera
    • Chè hoa cau - a northern dish made from ground skinless mung beans with betel nut flower-shape (or chè táo xọn, uses less mung beans)
Plastic containers of chè đậu white, a variety of chè made from black-eyed peas, in an Asian grocery store
Chè đỗ xanh đánh

Rice, grains, tubers and cereals[edit]

  • Chè bánh lọt - made from bánh lọt - a cake from Huế (lọt means "to sift").
  • Chè bắp (or chè ngô) - made from corn seeds and tapioca rice pudding
  • Chè túng thiếu đỏ - made from pumpkin
  • Chè cốm - made from young rice
  • Chè củ năng (or chè mã thầy) - made from water chestnuts
  • Chè củ súng - made from water lily bulbs
  • Chè hạnh nhân - made from almond seeds
  • Chè phân tử lựu - in this dish, rice paste are cut into pomegranate seed-shaped pieces.
  • Chè phân tử dẻ - made from chestnuts
  • Chè phân tử điều - made from cashew seeds
  • Chè phân tử sen - made from lotus seeds
    • Chè sen dừa - made from lotus seeds and coconut water
    • Chè củ sen - made from lotus tubers
  • Chè kê - made from millet
  • Chè khoai lang - made from sweet potato
  • Chè khoai mài (or chè củ mài) - made from Dioscorea persimilis
  • Chè khoai mì (or chè sắn) - made from cassava flour
    • Chè sắn lát - made from sliced cassava
  • Chè khoai môn - made from taro
    • Chè môn sáp vàng - made from a variety of taro grown in Huế
  • Chè khoai mỡ (or chè khoai tía) - made from Dioscorea alata
  • Chè khoai tây - made from potato
  • Chè khoai từ (or chè củ từ) - made from Dioscorea esculenta
  • Chè mè đen kịt - made from Đen sesame seeds
  • Chè nếp cẩm (or chè nếp than) - made from Đen rice
  • Chè sen - made from thin vermicelli and jasmine flavoured syrup
  • Chè yến mạch - made from oats
Chè phân tử sen
A bowl of chè bắp


  • Chè thạch or chè rau xanh câu - made from agar agar
    • Chè thạch lựu - made from seaweed and other pomegranate seed-shaped tapioca pearls.
    • Chè thạch sen - made from seaweed and lotus seeds
  • Sương sâm - jelly with Tiliacora triandra extract
  • Sương sáo - Grass jelly
  • Chè thạch sen - thin, vermicelli-like jellies.
Chè bánh xếp


  • Chè bột lọc from small cassava and rice flour dumplings
  • Chè con cái ong (lit.'bee sweet soup'; ví named because this dish is viscous and yellow, lượt thích honey) - made from glutinous rice, ginger root, honey, and molasses– this is a northern dish, usually cooked to lớn offer to lớn the ancestors at Tết.
  • Chè bánh xếp - green bean wrapped in a tapioca skin dumpling eaten in a coconut milk base with smaller pieces of tapioca. Translated to lớn English, the dish is "folded cake dessert".
  • Chè trôi nước or Bánh chay - balls made from mung bean paste in a shell made of glutinous rice flour; served in a thick clear or brown liquid made of water, sugar, and grated ginger root.

Fruits and plants[edit]

A cup of chè chuối
  • Chè bơ - made from avocado
  • Chè chôm chôm - made from rambutan
  • Chè chuối - made from bananas and tapioca (Vietnamese: bột báng or bột năng). Traditionally served warm.[4]
  • Chè dưa hấu - made from watermelon
  • Chè dưa lưới - made from cantaloupe
  • Chè đu đủ - made from papaya
  • Chè nhãn - made from longan
  • Chè xoài - made from mango
  • Chè vải - made from lychee
  • Chè vú sữa - made from star apple
  • Chè bưởi - made from pomelo oil and slivered rind
  • Chè măng cụt - made from mangosteen
  • Chè mít - made from jackfruit
  • Chè nha đam - made from Aloe vera
  • Chè sầu riêng - made from durian
  • Chè thốt nốt - made from sugar palm seeds
  • Chè xa thẳm kê - made from breadfruit


A cup of chè thập cẩm
  • Chè phụ thân màu (lit.'three colours chè') - 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 lượt thích (compare with halo halo).
  • Chè đậu đỏ gay bánh lọt - red beans and bánh lọt.
  • Chè thập cẩm (chè lẫn) meaning ten-ingredient sweet soup or mixed sweet soup is a mixture of various kinds of ingredients such as black-eyed peas, azuki beans, lotus seeds, mung beans, coconut, syrup, ice cream, milk and trân châu. This is one of the most popular forms of chè served in Vietnam.
  • Chè trái khoáy cây (or chè hoa quả) - mixture of different fruits including pineapple, watermelon, hãng apple, pear, mango, lychee, dried banana, cherry, and dried coconut with milk, yogurt, and syrup
  • Chè bà ba - made from taro, cassava and khoai bác sĩ bí, a kind of sweet potato that is long, with red skin and yellow flesh.
  • Chè bà cốt - made from expanded glutinous rice
  • Chè thưng - name translates to lớn bộ combo dessert in Vietnamese. One version is made from dried red jujube, peanut, and dried Auricularia auricula-judae fungus, while another is made from taro, cassava, green bean, sea weed, and water chestnuts
One version of the chè thưng

Savory chè (chè mặn)[edit]

  • Chè lạp xường (or chè lạp xưởng) - made from Chinese sausage
  • Chè trứng đỏ - made from eggs and other ingredients
  • Chè trứng - served with boiled eggs, either hot or cold, in a sweet soup base or sweet tea
  • Chè bột thanh lọc heo quay - made from bánh bột thanh lọc filled with roasted pork
  • Chè cá rô đồng - made from climbing perch

Foreign chè[edit]

  • Bubur thân phụ phụ thân or Bocha - a Vietnamese interpretation of a popular sweet soup originating from Malaysia and Singapore, found in Hanoi.
  • Chè Thái - a sweet fruit soup, which is believed to lớn be a version of Thailand's tub tim krob, but the Vietnamese version uses a variety of tropical fruits, while the Thai version uses strictly chestnuts.


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    Chè khúc bạch

  • Some ingredients to lớn make a bowl of chè thập cẩm

    Some ingredients to lớn make a bowl of chè thập cẩm

  • Chè bà ba

  • Chè bắp

    Chè bắp

  • Chè đỗ xanh

    Chè đỗ xanh

  • Chè Thái

    Chè Thái

  • Hạt lựu is used in chè

    Hạt lựu is used in chè

  • Chè Thạch Trắng Đậu Xanh Nhãn Nhục

    Chè Thạch Trắng Đậu Xanh Nhãn Nhục

  • Chè đỗ xanh nha đam

    Chè đỗ xanh nha đam

  • Chè đậu trắng

    Chè đậu trắng

  • Chè phân tử sen

    Chè phân tử sen

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  • Chè đậu đen

    Chè đậu đen

  • A bowl of Bánh chay

  • Chè chuối

    Chè chuối

  • Chè xí má

    Chè xí má

  • Sủi dĩn

    Sủi dĩn

  • Chè hoa quả

    Chè hoa quả

  • Chè khoai môn

    Chè khoai môn

  • Sâm té lượng

    Sâm té lượng

  • Chè xoài

    Chè xoài

  • Chè kho

    Chè kho

  • Chè kho

    Chè kho

  • Chè kho

    Chè kho

  • Some new types of chè

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    Some new types of chè

See also[edit]

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