Eliakim Libman’s Nut Pie Cutouts


For the dough:

1 egg
Half a cup of sugar
Half a cup of oil
A cup and a half of flour

For the filling:

3 tablespoons of oil
A quarter of a cup of silan (date honey)
2 tablespoons of honey
A third of a cup of sugar
200 grams of walnuts/pecans
A teaspoon of vanilla extract
3 eggs


Preparation of the dough:

Mix the ingredients until a dough is formed and flatten in a round pan including the sides. Pierce the dough with a fork so that it does not rise during baking.

*For the easy-to-divide version in order to give individual pies for mishloach manot (Purim food parcels) – place in a square/rectangular tray instead.

Bake in a preheated oven for 10-15 minutes at 180 degrees.

Preparation of the filling:

Melt oil, silane, honey and sugar in a saucepan over low heat until a uniform mixture is formed. Add nuts and vanilla extract and turn off the heat.

Wait for it to cool a little and then add the eggs, mixing quickly. Spread the filling on the baked dough and bake for another 15-20 minutes.

*For the easy-to-divide version in order to give individual pies for mishloach manot (Purim food parcels) – after baking, let it cool completely and cut into cubes.

Recipe courtesy of the family

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Our Elikim loves to cook
He prepares everything with love.
Slices thinly on a wooden cutting board with a quality knife.
He invests precisely and does not give up until it turns out tasty and looks beautiful.
He likes to spoil us with food.
To arrange it nicely on a plate,
So that it will be beautiful to the eye and delicious to the palate.
We miss you, Elikim
We’re waiting to hug you already. and enjoy your food.

Elikim grew up and was educated in Kiryat Arba. In high school, he started studying at the Lev Institute (Machon Lev), then moved to a Chevruta Yeshiva. He later studied at pre-army Mechina program through the Reform movement and then enlisted in the Golani unit of the army. After his release he chose to study cooking, worked in restaurants, and at the same time also worked on jeep tours. A few months before he was kidnapped, he moved to Tel Aviv.

Eliakim is the fourth child of eight brothers, and is called "Robin Hood" by his family. A happy and optimistic guy, always the first to help and assist. On October 7, Eliakim was at a party in Re’im, and helped rescue many people including wounded people, until he was kidnapped with his friend Eitan Mor. Eliakim marked his 24th birthday in captivity.

Full name for the prayer | Eliakim Shlomo ben Avishag

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