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Moroccan Fish

Nahorai Said Z"L

Nahorai, son of Hagit and Zohar, was born on the 21st day of Tammuz 5772 (1.7.2002) in Ofakim. Brother to Mittal, Bat El, Gal-Or and Tohar.

Nahorai was always the first to help and volunteer, he was full of love for the country and his light and joy of life were evident to everyone. "Live happily fulfilling the Creator's will"

Nahorai fell in battle on the 22nd day of Tishrei 5784 (October 7, 2023). He was 21 years old at the time he was killed. He was laid to rest in Ofakim Military Cemetery.

He is survived by his parents and four brothers and sisters.

Nahorai loved eating the fish so much and waited for it all week until Shabbat dinner, and sometimes he would even ask for them to be warmed up for him on Shabbat morning.

The fish symbolized home and warmth.

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Nahorai Said Z"L
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8 tilapia fillets

1 large onion

1 red pepper

1 hot pepper

4 sliced garlic cloves

A bunch of cilantro

4 large potatoes

1 can of chickpeas

Spices: turmeric, black pepper, salt, sweet red paprika, fish seasoning and cumin.


Cut the onion into slices, the pepper into strips and the hot pepper into circles. Cut the garlic into slices, peel and slice the potatoes. 

Fry all the vegetables except the garlic in a little oil until browned.

Add the garlic to fry only briefly, then add water and chopped coriander and the spices, and finally the potato slices.

Bring to a boil and cook on a medium flame until it starts to soften, add the fish and hummus.

Bring to a boil again and cook on a low flame for about half an hour.

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