Description

Sambal Le Beau Albert is a sambal made by the Niggebruge family. The sambal is made with red peppers grown by Westlandpeppers.

Albert Philippus Dominicus Niggebrugge was born in 1857 in Surabaya on Java. He was nicknamed ‘Le beau Albert’ because of his autographed appearance and his affinity for the French language at the time. The sambal that was made in Niggebrugge’s home from 1897 was so popular with the Indonesian community that it was frequently sold from home.
The recipe was handed down from generation to generation and eventually arrived in the Netherlands from Java via a grandson of Albert. This grandson prepared the sambal in his backyard until almost 100 years of age, until he passed it on to the next generations. The sambal is currently still prepared by the 4th and 5th generation Niggebrugge’s in a traditional way on petroleum sets, which brings the authentic taste to its full advantage. Let sambal ‘Le beau Albert‘ take you back in time! Selamat makan!

Quantity: 400g

Allergens: crustaceans (Trassi)

Sambal Le Beau Albert

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Store the sambal in a cool, dark and dry place. For example in the cellar or a cool pantry. After opening store in the refrigerator.

After opening the jar, the sambal will be good for about 6 months. Can be longer if it still looks, smells and tastes good.

The sambal is produced by Le Beau Sambal in The Netherlands. The fresh chillies that are processed in this sambal come from the Netherlands (April-November) or Spain, Morocco or Israel (November-April).

Sambal Le Beau Albert is a sambal made by the Niggebruge family. The sambal is made with red peppers grown by Westlandpeppers. Albert Philippus Dominicus Niggebrugge was born in 1857 in Surabaya on Java. He was nicknamed ‘Le beau Albert’ because of his autographed appearance and his affinity for the French language at the time. The sambal that was made in Niggebrugge’s home from 1897 was so popular with the Indonesian community that it was frequently sold from home. The recipe was handed down from generation to generation and eventually arrived in the Netherlands from Java via a grandson of Albert. This grandson prepared the sambal in his backyard until almost 100 years of age, until he passed it on to the next generations. The sambal is currently still prepared by the 4th and 5th generation Niggebrugge’s in a traditional way on petroleum sets, which brings the authentic taste to its full advantage. Let sambal ‘Le beau Albert‘ take you back in time! Selamat makan! Quantity: 400g Allergens: crustaceans (Trassi)

Store the sambal in a cool, dark and dry place. For example in the cellar or a cool pantry. After opening store in the refrigerator.

After opening the jar, the sambal will be good for about 6 months. Can be longer if it still looks, smells and tastes good.

The sambal is produced by Le Beau Sambal in The Netherlands. The fresh chillies that are processed in this sambal come from the Netherlands (April-November) or Spain, Morocco or Israel (November-April).

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