All eight days of Chanukah one says "For the Miracles" in the grace after meals in the blessing of the land, and in prayer during the blessing of thanksgiving. If one did not say it, one does not return [in order to repeat and make the proper insertion]. (See above chapter 294 paragraph 4 and 5). However, if one remembered while still saying the blessing, as long as one has not said the name of God [in the closing line of the blessing], even if one remembered between the words "You" and "God", one should return [and make the proper insertion]. Gloss: There are opinions that if one forget "For the miracles" in the grace after meals, when one reaches "the merciful one", say: "May the merciful one make miracles for us just like You make for our forefathers in those days at this time, in the days of Matityahu etc.", and this was explained in chapter 187 paragraph 4.
Also in the musaf prayer on shabbat and Rosh Chodesh one must mention Chanukah, even though there is no musaf prayer on Chanukah
No se dice [como parte del texto de “Al HaNisim”]: “Keshem sheasita, etc” [Así como hiciste con nuestros antepasados…] sino que culmina la oración diciendo: “veAsita imahem nisim uguevurot, baiamim hahem, baet hazot” [hiciste con ellos milagros y maravillas, en aquellos días, en estas fechas]. De todos modos, hay quienes culminan como la fórmula antes planteada.