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Coconut Shrimp Curry Recipe

If you love curry and spices, you will love this recipe!

30.11.20

The yellow color of this dish is amazing, and its flavor will transport you to the most amazing places!

Once again, we only bring you easy and delicious recipes! It's our promise to you!

Give it a try!

Coconut Shrimp Curry Recipe - The2Planners

Ingredients:

250mL Coconut Milk
250g Shrimps
1 Chilli
1 Onion
1 Cup White Rice
3 tbsp Curry
Salt
Olive Oil
Black Pepper
Dry Parsley

Recipe:

1. In a pan, place a drizzle of olive oil, salt, and a cup of rice over high heat.

2. Add two cups of boiling water and stir.

3. As soon as the water evaporates, cover the pan and place the stove on low heat for 15 minutes. The rice will be ready.

4. In a frying pan, place olive oil, salt, black pepper, parsley, and the chili to sauté.

4. Add the shrimps and after 3 minutes add the coconut milk.

5. Bring to a boil and then add the curry.

6. Wait until the sauce starts to thicken and it's ready!

7. Serve the rice in a bowl and place the shrimp on top with plenty of sauce!

8. A dish full of color and flavor!

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BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺

2 days in Budapest is part of an 8 days trip through Christmas Markets in Europe!

28.11.20

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In 2019 we decided to make a Christmas Trip around three European capitals, and it was the best decision we could make since in 2020 Coronavirus strike the world and we didn't plan any vacations, to be safe and to keep our families safe as well.

But this blog came out of a very long quarantine, so can we say that a good thing came up through this pandemic? 

Budapest was very magical. It was our first stop. Everywhere we went you could just smell Christmas in the air! In every corner, you would find a Christmas Market and a Big Christmas Tree, but really big ones!

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This city is full of history and its landmarks are memorable. You'll find adorable places, peaceful gardens and very different architecture in Buda and in Pest (Budapest is divided by a beautiful river). The people are not the warmest, since they went through big wars and lived for years in misery, but now you can start seeing a new Budapest, growing and investing in their country and with a new way of living.

This city was the most magical of our Christmas Trip. So, if you can, don't blink and just book your trip to Budapest during Christmas Time!

Day 1 - 🔴   |  Day 2 - 🟠

Day 1

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 1. Széchenyi Thermal Baths

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€: Paid Entrance | Time: 180 min | ★★★★★

The Széchenyi Baths complex is the largest “medicinal” bath center in Europe. The two outdoor pools are fantastic places to visit on a cold, dark night, as the steam rising from the hot water makes the whole place seem wonderfully mysterious. Inside you'll find amazing tiles and the most dashing thermal baths. You need to see it for yourself and enjoy your time in Budapest in Szechenyi Spa Baths, in a beautiful, richly decorated palace. 

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Szechenyi Spa Baths is in the biggest green park of Budapest, in the City Park, close to a bunch of Budapest attractions. The beautiful building of the spa baths is the design of Gyozo Czigler (Győző Czigler) who started to build Szechenyi Furdo in May 1909. 

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BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 2. Budapest City Park
(Budapest Municipal Zoo + Botanical Gardens + Budapest Circus + Vajdahunyad Castle)

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€: Free | Paid Entrance | Time: 60 min | ★★★★✩

The best way to explore the park is to take walk from its one end, Vajdahunyad Castle, to the other end, the Zoo!

The City Park is a wonderful leisure facility for the citizens of Budapest and includes sports facilities, swimming baths, and a boating lake. During the winter months, the boating lake is transformed into one of Europe’s largest ice rinks (Day2). The park is also home to the Budapest Municipal Zoo and Botanical Gardens, the Budapest Circus, and the Vajdahunyad Castle (housing the Museum of Hungarian Agriculture).

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BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 3. Heroes’ Square

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€: Free | Time: 20 min | ★★★✩✩

The iconic monument features depictions of the Seven Chieftains of the Magyars, who are believed to have led the Hungarian people from central Asia to the Carpathian Basin. Atop the central pillar is the Archangel Gabriel, who is holding the Hungarian crown. At either side of the central column are two matching colonnades, which depict a variety of other historical Hungarian figures.

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 4. Andrássy Avenue

€: Free | Time: 60 min | ★★★✩✩

This wonderful boulevard takes visitors from Erzsébet Square in central Pest, out to the City Park. Due to its interesting cultural heritage, it was declared a World Heritage Site in 2002. Taking a walk down Andrássy is a great way to see a number of Budapest’s different architectural styles, including the Hungarian National Opera House, neo-renaissance townhouses and mansions, and a number of different national embassies.

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 5. House of Terror

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€: Paid Entrance 

Unfortunately, it was closed so we couldn't enter. This house, on Number 60, Andrássy Avenue, once inspired fear as the headquarters of the secret police, but since 2002 this ominous townhouse has housed a poignant museum commemorating the victims of the fascist and communist regimes. A very important stop on this beautiful avenue!

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 6. New York Café

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€: Free | Time: 30 min | ★★★★✩

Budapest is home to some historically grand cafés, and the New York Café is one of the most opulent. In its heyday, the café was frequented by writers, artists, and intellectuals; today, it’s more popular with visitors to the city. Prices match the ultra-luxurious setting, so visit for a coffee and soak up the fresco adorned gold-plated surroundings. Now imagine this café during Christmas! It's amazing!

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 7. Jewish Quarter (+Szimpla Kert)

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€: Free | Time: 120 min | ★★★★★

Budapest’s buzzy Jewish Quarter (also known as the seventh district) is the city’s epicenter of cool, packed with all the edgiest bars, cafés, and restaurants. 

Your nights out will start and end here, with popular clubbing spots like Szimpla Kert, the eight-bar Instant, which recently merged with party wonderland Fogas Ház and offers takeaway treats and techno till 6am.

          Szimpla Kert

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€: Free | Time: 30 min | ★★★★★

The city’s most famous (and most atmospheric) ruin bar. Be sure to order a shot of Unicum when you’re there – it’s a traditional Hungarian herbal liqueur that your tastebuds won’t forget in a hurry. (Andrew loved it, Richie couldn't finish his). 

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BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 8. City Center (Christmas Markets)

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€: Free | Time: 180 min | ★★★★★

Head over to the city center, during winter the night comes really early and the Christmas markets are ready for you! You'll find 5 or 6 of them spread through the city, which one of them has its own Christmas Tree and stands that sell amazing, traditional Hungarian crafts and food! The food in these markets are amazing and don't forget about the warm apple cider and hot wine! The smell of Christmas will be in the air!

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Day 2

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 1. City Park Ice Rink

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€: Paid Entrance | Time: 120 min | ★★★★★

There are many fun winter things to do in Budapest, but one of the best ones is surely the popular Budapest Outdoor Ice Rink in the City Park, aka Varosligeti Mujegpalya. If you want to feel the space in a breathtaking place, the Ice Rink Palace in the City Park with its enormous open-air Skating Rink is a must-see, must do.

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It was so funny to do this, and an amazing experience! This is the one thing that we'll never forget!

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 2. Parliament Building

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€: Paid Entrance | Time: 60 min | ★★★★✩

Designed and built in the Gothic Revival style, is one of the largest buildings in Hungary, and is home to hundreds of parliamentary offices.

To see the whole building in its full glory, it is worth viewing it from the other side of the Danube. A 45 minutes tour of Budapest’s national Parliament Building – one of the city’s most famous landmarks.

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 3. Danube Promenade 
(extends between Elizabeth Bridge and Chain Bridge in Pest)

€: Free | Time: 30 min | ★★★★✩

Perfect for those who want a short, but interesting walk. Promenading along the Danube is a great way to see many of the most famous sights in the capital. Looking over towards to Buda side of the river, you will see the Buda Castle, the Liberty Statue on Gellert Hill, and the Fisherman’s Bastion.

The shoes on the Danube Bank are a heartbreaking memorial to 3,500 people killed by fascists in Budapest during the Second World War.

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 4. The Chain Bridge

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€: Free | Time: 20 min | ★★★★✩

Opened in 1849, Budapest’s magnificent suspension bridge connects the Buda (West) and Pest (Eastern) sides of the city, arching over the River Danube.

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 5. St. Stephen’s Basilica

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€: Paid Entrance | Time: 60 min | ★★★★✩

This basilica is one of the most important religious buildings in Hungary. The largest church in Budapest, which can hold up to 8,500 people and is one of Hungary’s most iconic structures.

Visitors to the reliquary can see the (reported) right hand of Stephen, first King of Hungary: The mummified right hand of the patron saint of the church and first king of Hungary, St Stephen, is kept in a glass case to the left of the main altar. Those with a head for heights can travel up to the base of the dome and look out over the city. On a clear day, this is a great vantage point from which to survey Budapest from the air.

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BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 6. Hungarian State Opera House

€: Paid Entrance | Time: 60 min | ★★★★✩

Neo-Renaissance building first opened in 1884. Outside of the building, you can see statues to Ferenc Erkel (composer of the Hungarian National Anthem) and Ferenc Liszt (Hungarian composer).

The 1200 seat auditorium is considered to be one of the best in the world for operatic performances, guided tours of the Opera House are available during the day, although these usually need to be booked in advance.

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 7. Central Market Hall (Great Market Hall)

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€: Free | Time: 120 min | ★★★★✩

The Great Market Hall in central Budapest is Budapest’s most famous marketplace. to source some one-of-a-kind souvenirs and sample unfamiliar Hungarian delicacies. Whilst many locals still use the market hall as a place to buy their groceries, the market is incredibly popular with the tourists too.

As well as individual ingredients, it is possible to pick up homemade local delicacies like goulash and langos from the food stall upstairs. You can have lunch here

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 8. Géllert Hill: Liberty Statue + Citadella

€: Free | Time: 120 min | ★★★★✩

Prepare yourself for a nice and big walk! 😆  The Liberty Statue on Gellert Hill is one of the few prominent Communist statues which remained in situ after the transition to democracy.

The statue was first erected in 1947 to commemorate the Soviet troops who lost their lives liberating the country, however, the engraving was later changed so that it commemorated “all who sacrificed their lives for the independence, freedom, and prosperity of Hungary”.

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 9. Buda Castle Hill

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€: Free | Paid Entrance | Time: 180 min | ★★★★★

Today, Buda Castle is home to the Hungarian National Gallery, the Budapest History Museum, and the National Library. The castle courtyards remain open 24 hours a day: The Buda Castle district itself is open all day and night, at least regarding its streets, courts, and even some of its attractions, like the Fisherman’s Bastion. It can be explored either on your own or as part of an informative walking tour.

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Places you can't miss in Buda Castle Hill:

          1 - Buda Castle
          2 - Hungarian National Gallery
          3 - Budapest History Museum
          4 - Fisherman's Bastion
          5 - Matthias Church: The Church of Our Lady
          6 - The Labyrinth: Caves beneath Castle Hill
          7 - Hospital in the Rock Nuclear Bunker Museum

 

BUDAPEST | City Guide - 2 days in Budapest 🇭🇺  - the2planners 10. Margaret Island

€: Free | Time: 60 min | ★★★★✩

A very small island, 2.5km, which sits in the middle of the Danube, which is covered in parkland and recreational facilities. Surely Budapest’s most impressive green space, linked to Buda and Pest by bridges at either end. Very peaceful and beautiful to see and appreciate the landscaping of Budapest. 

Visit the Rose and Japanese Gardens as well as the Margaret Island’s ruins, not forgetting about one of the most famous features of the island, the “music fountain”, from which water regularly “dances” in time to classical music.

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Where to Leave your Luggage? 

In Budapest you can find several places, very secure, to leave your luggage, we used the Luggage Store Budapest. If you need to leave something in Budapest while you travel around the city give this a look and find the nearest one.

Where to Sleep? 

We stayed at a nice and cheap 3 Stars Hotel called City Hotel Ring. Is near the city center and the subway, they let us leave the luggage there as well and we booked it with breakfast included. A very nice option!

Where to Eat? 

From all the places you have to eat in Budapest, first, try the Christmas Markets, but then try Paprika! But you'll have to make a reservation, otherwise, you'll end up like us, eating at 6pm! But it was delicious and they have the most amazing cheese sauce! Please try it! For me (Richie).

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How to set up your Christmas Tree 🎄

Step by step! Set up the Christmas Tree, the lights, and the decorations! 🎅

26.11.20

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It's Christmas time! 🎅 And it's with no doubt the most wonderful time of the year! Thankfully, I and Andrew are both really crazy about Christmas, we love to pick Christmas presents, do Christmas recipes, and fight about the Christmas Decorations! 

This is our first home, since 2017 we live in a nice and cozy (small 🤣 ) one-bedroom apartment in the city of Oporto, Portugal. So we only can do a few things at Christmas... but one day... in the future, we'll go big! 🥰

Here you'll find a few tips to decorate your Christmas Tree!

Hope you find this useful! ❤️ 🎄

How to set up your Christmas Tree - Step by step:

          1. First, open all the branches of the pine, in order to leave it uniform and with a feeling of fullness.

          2. The hardest part is the Christmas lights! Our Christmas tree is 1.80m (6 feet tall) and we use 600 LED lights. It is necessary to place lights on all branches, circularly from inside the tree to the outside and again inside. Don't get dizzy.

          3. After putting the lights on, we like to put a box, or a drawer to give height, a stage, to our tree.

          4. Now, the best part! Put on the Christmas ornaments! First place the ribbons or bows you have, to fill some spaces inside the tree.

          5. Shall we put the Christmas balls? Start by placing the largest ornaments and then go on placing the smaller ones. Always fill the inside of the tree with the biggest ornaments, to cover the metallic parts that give the tree a fake look.

          6. Once placed, you can place props that you have to fill certain spaces that seem more sad/empty. For this, the best option is to get Christmas ornaments like flowers or leaves. There is a lot of options to chose from.

          7. Cover the box under the tree with a Christmas skirt. We used two, one larger one that looks like snow and then another smaller one that simulates snow.

Tip1: In a Christmas tree, you should have no more than 2 to 3 colors of Christmas ornaments.
Tip2: Buy basic ornaments in large quantities, then you will buy unique elements that will make your tree special over the years.
Tip3: If you can buy a tree that already has built-in lights, it will save your life, in terms of time, and the lights can be replaced on the unit if one goes down.
Tip4: Don't skimp on the Christmas tree, if you buy something good once, you will have no more worries, then over the years you will only have to buy one or the other ornament.
Tip5: If you are on a budget, invest in a fluffy tree, not on a big one. Fluffy trees will be easier to set and will need fewer ornaments, this way ending up prettier with less money. 

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You didn't use all the Christmas balls or ornaments? 

          The2Planners at your rescue! If you have Christmas balls left in your Christmas boxes, you can always fill small pieces of decoration that you already have at home! Our living room coffee table is now even more beautiful, filled with Christmas Spirit!

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Love and be loved this Christmas! ❤️

A big kiss and a warm hug from The2Planners!

Merry Christmas!

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Vegetarian Leek with Potato Sticks Recipe

A dish for a relaxing evening, no trouble at all!

24.11.20

If you just want to relax and eat something super tasteful and easy to make, you can do this vegetarian dish! This will amaze you and probably be one of your favorites too!

Give it a try, you won't regret it!

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Ingredients:

2 Leeks
200g Potato Sticks
4 Eggs
1 Onion
1 Bay Leaf
Black Pepper
Olive Oil
 Salt
Parsley
Black Olives

Recipe:

1. In a pan place the salt and olive oil, turn on the heat, and add the chopped onion to sauté.

2. Add the bay leaf and black pepper.

3. Cut the leek into slices and add to the pan, allowing to sauté well. Creating a soft consistency.

4. Add the potato sticks and mix everything well.

5. In a bowl, beat the four eggs and then add to the pan distorting everything very well and you're done!

6. Add pieces of fresh parsley and black olives to the plate!

7. A vegetarian dish, super easy for a relaxing Sunday night.

8. Enjoy!

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Apple Crumble Recipe

The first time we tried this recipe Richie said: - This is Christmas in my mouth! 🎄

21.11.20

If we can describe Christmas in one recipe, THIS IS IT! Every bite you'll take will transport you to your own childhood memories! The flavor is amazing, the sweetness of the apple, with the cinnamon and the lemon juice!

It looks like it has a lot of steps to make, but no, we break it down for you in three very easy steps, crust, filling, and crumble!

This is the one to impress and to be delighted! We are always making this recipe! Is amazing, give it a try!

Apple Crumble Recipe - The2PlannersIngredients - Crust:

300g All-Purpose Flour
30g Granulated Sugar
1 tsp Salt
120g Butter, room temperature and cut into cubes
8-10 tbsp Ice Water

Ingredients - Filling:

7-8 Apples, peeled and grated
120g Light Brown Sugar
26g All-Purpose Flour
2 tsp Cinnamon Powder
¼ tsp Nutmeg Powder
1 tbsp Lemon Juice

Ingredients - Crumble:

155g All-Purpose Flour
150g Light Brown Sugar
100g Butter, melted and cooled

Recipe:

1. You'll have to do this recipe in three steps, super easy ones, the crust, the filling, and the crumble!

   Crust:

      1. In a large bowl, place the flour, sugar, and salt.

      2. Add the butter and incorporate everything with your hands, pay attention to the butter - it must be at room temperature.

      3. Knead and add the water until you get a smooth and consistent dough.

      4. Place the dough on a flat surface and with the help of a kitchen roll, roll out the dough.

      5. After it is stretched, place it on a tray and cut the remaining ends.

   Filling:

      1. Peel 7-8 apples and grate them.

      2. In a large bowl, add the grated apples, light brown sugar, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, and lemon juice.

      3. Stir everything well.

      4. Place over the crust on the tray.

   Crumble:

      1. Melt the butter and place it in a bowl to cool.

      2. In another bowl, add the sugar and flour, and when the butter has cooled add to the mixture.

      3. Incorporate everything until you create enough crumbs.

      4. Pour the crumbs over the filling on the tray.

2. Place the tray in the oven for 40 min at 180ºC | 356ºF or until the crumble starts to brown.

3. Let it cool a little bit and then add a spoon of vanilla ice cream and enjoy this amazing recipe!

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Vietnamese Garlic Prawns Recipe

We decided to try something new! Do you wanna try this with us?

19.11.20

This kind of cuisine was a first for us! But we are telling you... these prawns were from beyond this world!

You have to try them to taste it for yourself! 

Vietnamese Garlic Prawns Recipe - The2Planners

Ingredients:

 700Kg Prawns (peeled and deveined)
2 Garlic Cloves
1 tsp Dried parsley
1 tsp Black Pepper
½ tsp Sea Salt
1 tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
1 tsp Granulated Sugar
1 tbsp Vegetable Oil
Sweet and sour sauce (to dip the prawns)
6 Skewers

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Recipe:

1. Peel all the prawns and place them on a deep plate.

2. Add salt, sugar, vegetable oil, chopped garlic, Worcestershire sauce, dry parsley, and black pepper.

3. Mix everything and let it stand for 30min.

4. Take the skewer sticks and start placing the prawns.

5. Take a skillet to medium-high heat and start to grill the prawns, adding a little vegetable oil and sweet and sour sauce.

6. Grill each side for 4 minutes and it's ready to be enjoyed!

7. Tell us, don't we show you the most tasteful dishes? 🥰

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French Tart Tatin Recipe

Did you ever try Ginger and Stars of Anise together? Check this out!

17.11.20

When November comes, it's time to feel the Christmas spirit!  Put some Christmas songs paying at your place and let's go to the kitchen make amazing dishes to be eaten near the fireplace!

Oh Lord, it's the most wonderful time of the year!

🎅

French Tart Tatin Recipe - The2Planners

Ingredients:

4 Apples
10 Ginger Zest
3 Stars of Anise
¾ Cup Granulated Sugar
1 Sheet of Shortcrust Pastry
Ice cream to serve

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Recipe:

1. Peel the apples and cut them into 4 slices each.

2. In a frying pan, place the sugar, ginger slices, anise stars, and butter.

3. Bring to medium heat and place the apples with the round faces down.

4. Without stirring the preparation, leave it in the pan for 30 to 45 minutes - it depends on the amount of water released by the apples while cooking - until it reaches a caramel color.

5. If the frying pan can go to the oven, cover it with the shortcrust pastry and bake at 180ºC | 356ºF.

6. If the frying pan cannot go to the oven, like ours, put it in a tart pan and then cover it with the shortcrust pastry and put it in the oven at 180ºC | 356ºF.

7. Leave in the oven for 30 minutes or until toasted.

8. Allow to cool for 5 minutes and it's time to do the platting, be careful not to burn yourself on the hot caramel.

9. Let it cool down a bit and plate it with two scoops of ice cream and enjoy this delicacy!

10. It's so delicious!

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