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Comments on Wandering Chopsticks: Vietnamese Food, Recipes, and More: Che Bap (Vietnamese Pudding with Corn and Tapioca Pearls in Coconut Milk)





Updated: 2017-11-20T15:45:20.848-08:00

 



Badman, The che bap at Banh Mi Che Cali and Thach ...

2012-12-04T17:21:19.634-08:00

Badman,
The che bap at Banh Mi Che Cali and Thach Che Hien Khanh don't have coconut milk in them, that's why they add coconut milk on the side for you. This version has the corn cooked in the coconut milk, so it's redundant.



Hi Wandering, Do you ever top the che with coconu...

2012-10-03T21:00:21.855-07:00

Hi Wandering,

Do you ever top the che with coconut milk? I sometimes see the banh mi places sell that. :)



Jennyy, Sure. Steam or boil the taro first since i...

2010-08-22T06:35:49.644-07:00

Jennyy,
Sure. Steam or boil the taro first since it takes longer to cook.



Hi there! I just found your blog while searching f...

2010-06-20T09:12:04.150-07:00

Hi there! I just found your blog while searching for Banh Bot Chien recipe.

I've been wanting to eat this! But didn't know how to make it, is it okay to substitute taro instead of the corn? I love taro! And I remember having a Che in Viet Nam like this but with taro instead. Or is it a completely different Che?

Ah, your blog has kept be occupied for the pass hour or



Readyto, Thanks so much! How could you forget? I l...

2009-11-01T00:31:40.049-07:00

Readyto,
Thanks so much! How could you forget? I love che bap!

Mimi,
Of course you can. Most people would use coconut milk, I just prefer the lighter taste of coconut powder for this. And because that way I can tell when my tapioca balls are done cooking. ;)



Hi, I don't have any coconut powder....can I...

2009-09-29T11:43:51.202-07:00

Hi,

I don't have any coconut powder....can I substitute coconut milk for the powder?

-Mimi



Wow...how could I have forgotten about this desser...

2009-08-02T11:54:45.966-07:00

Wow...how could I have forgotten about this dessert after so many years? Thanks so much for sharing! I LOVE your blog! There are very few blogs that have authentic Vietnamese recipes so thanks for posting!



Jonathan,Of course you may! Thanks for catching th...

2008-08-25T07:37:00.000-07:00

Jonathan,
Of course you may! Thanks for catching that.

Yeah, the large boba aren't intended for che. They're really best in drinks or shaved ice.



Thanks for this recipe. I had this warm in Viet Na...

2008-08-25T06:50:00.000-07:00

Thanks for this recipe. I had this warm in Viet Nam, and had no idea what it was - ingredient wise.

I had some of the large tapioca balls at home (like those used in bubble tea)...and I'd recommend against using those - they got translucent and soft, but b/c they are so big they were kind of like jelly beans - next time I'll use the little ones. Otherwise, it was delicious.

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Hi Tom,Let me know how it works for you, or if my ...

2008-01-10T13:08:00.000-08:00

Hi Tom,
Let me know how it works for you, or if my directions were clear.



Thanks for posting pics. I found many sites on go...

2008-01-10T10:54:00.000-08:00

Thanks for posting pics. I found many sites on google that have recipes, but this blog is one of the few that actually posted pics.

I bought all the ingredients (and then some) to experiment with this weekend. :o)



Jeannie,Ha! I usually go buy it from Banh Mi & Che...

2007-09-25T02:30:00.000-07:00

Jeannie,
Ha! I usually go buy it from Banh Mi & Che Cali. 3 for $2 is so much quicker than making it at home.



This is one of my favorite desserts! I am always ...

2007-09-23T12:17:00.000-07:00

This is one of my favorite desserts! I am always bugging my mom to make it b/c I am lazy to do it on my own, hehe.



W&S,Neither had I, so that's why I got the urge.

2007-09-17T11:36:00.000-07:00

W&S,
Neither had I, so that's why I got the urge.



That looks lovely! I haven't had tapioca pearl de...

2007-09-17T00:57:00.000-07:00

That looks lovely! I haven't had tapioca pearl desserts in ages!



EMWK,Hehe, you got me making figs and prosciutto t...

2007-09-16T06:59:00.000-07:00

EMWK,
Hehe, you got me making figs and prosciutto the other night.

Bill,
Mine too!

Maninas,
Can you describe it more? There's a che with glutinous rice balls in coconut milk.



wow this is fantastic! i would love to try it! i l...

2007-09-15T05:29:00.000-07:00

wow this is fantastic! i would love to try it! i love asian sweets! have you got a recipe for glutinous rice balls? :)



My wife favorite che :-D

2007-09-14T12:05:00.000-07:00

My wife favorite che :-D



Ooo! I love this dessert. You just reminded me to...

2007-09-14T10:59:00.000-07:00

Ooo! I love this dessert. You just reminded me to make some. thx!



PeachyMango,I got the honey trick from one of my a...

2007-09-13T23:49:00.000-07:00

PeachyMango,
I got the honey trick from one of my aunts. It adds such a nice aroma at the end.

Hung,
Yup, I'm lagging in my posts. :P

Anh,
Che bap and che chuoi are my two favorites. :)

Kevin,
You can try substituting with sticky rice. It won't be quite the same but still tasty.

Mtan,
There is a version with jackfruit and any other fruit.



I want it cold, please? Though cooler days now, I ...

2007-09-13T21:55:00.000-07:00

I want it cold, please? Though cooler days now, I still want it cold. :P



Oh this looks so good! I could use a cold bowl of...

2007-09-13T21:29:00.000-07:00

Oh this looks so good! I could use a cold bowl of it right now and a warm one tomorrow. :)



Wow, I saw the picture and thought it was the fili...

2007-09-13T20:09:00.000-07:00

Wow, I saw the picture and thought it was the filipino dessert guinataan. Same base of coconut milk and tapioca balls, but we add jackfruit, bananas, and taro root. It's great served hot when it's raining, or served cold for breakfast.

I'll have to try the corn version!



This looks really good. I have been enjoying the ...

2007-09-13T18:41:00.000-07:00

This looks really good. I have been enjoying the local sweet corn lately. I will have to see if I can find some tapioca pearls .



OMG, so delicious! I miss this dessert a lot, too....

2007-09-13T15:35:00.000-07:00

OMG, so delicious! I miss this dessert a lot, too.