Discover a delicious Gaia Genoise, created by ex-MasterChef Australia contestant Reynold Poernomo, using L'OR Espresso Organic capsules.
Combine all ingredients together and allow to marinate for 30-40 minutes.
Once marinated, strain liquid and set apricot aside.
Preheat the oven to 165C.
Transfer yolk and trimoline to a stand mixer and whisk until fluffy.
In a separate bowl whisk whites and sugar together to make a meringue.
Meanwhile, melt the butter, chocolate and pistachio paste together in a microwave safe bowl.
Once melted slowly whisk into the yolk mixture, then fold in the meringue.
Then fold in the flour until well combined.
Pour mixture into a 10cm springform cake tin that is lightly oiled, filling only ¾ of the way.
Then sprinkle pieces of marinated apricots on top (they will sink in once cooked).
Lastly sprinkle slivered pistachio on top and bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until the
skewer comes out clean.
Once cooked, remove from the tin and allow to cool before serving.
Combine glucose (A) with cream, shot of L’OR Espresso Organic (A) and salt in a pot and bring to a simmer.
Meanwhile combine sugar with glucose (B) in another pot and caramelise to a temperature of 182C.
Slowly whisk in the butter until melted then whisk in the hot cream mixture to the caramel and allow to boil, continue to cook until viscous. Then lastly add in the extra shot of L’OR Espresso Organic (B) into the caramel, whisk until emulsified then set aside until cool.
To serve, drizzle the caramel sauce over the pistachio genoise cake and serve immediately.
Best enjoyed with some cold ice cream and a cup of L’OR Espresso Organic.