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Rip on the Rip

huda Kader Z"L

Yehuda Kader

Son of Malka and Joshua, born on the second day of Av 5733 (31.7.1973) in Ofakim. Brother to Esther, Beni, Moshe, Avi, Yaacov and Rut.

On November 2, 1944, he enlisted in the Israeli Police and served in the Border Guard.

Yehuda married Iris and the couple had two children: Elia and Aviad.

Yehuda Kader was killed in battle on the 22nd day of Tishrei 5784 (October 7, 2023). Fifty years old when he was killed. He was laid to rest in Ofakim Military Cemetery. He left behind a wife, two children, a mother, four brothers and two sisters.

Rip on the Rip are rolls that are always baked on Friday. It's Egyptian food and the smell fills the whole house and puts you in a Friday mood.

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For the dough:

1 kg of flour

1 sour cream

1 cup of milk

1 tablespoon yeast



To fill:

Tzfat cheese



Put all the dough ingredients together until you get a slightly sticky dough, add a little bit of water or flour as needed until you get a good texture that is comfortable to work with. Set aside.

Let the dough rest and start rising for at least 20 minutes and up to an hour and a quarter.

Cut the dough into small pieces (40 pieces from all the dough) and form balls from all the pieces. Open each circle and put a piece of Tzfat cheese, and a little butter (a quarter of a teaspoon). Close the dough balls, place them on a baking sheet lined with paper with the balls facing down and brush with egg and sprinkle sesame seeds on top, cover with plastic wrap to prevent drying and wait about 15 minutes for a slight rise.

Bake at 180 degrees for about 12 minutes or until nicely browned on all sides.

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