So how does Ms Dhingra constantly innovate her brand and keeps with the happenings of the culinary world?
I think being a woman makes me a better and more intuitive leader.
Learning from the best, pooja went to Bombay Scottish School and then studied at Jai Hind College for 2 years.
Poojas first book, The Big book of treats won 2nd place in pastry at the World Gourmand Cookbook Awards.Hopefully this number should grow to 6 shortly, she quips.We caught up with Pooja to talk about her entrepreneurial journey.Undeterred, she strode ahead and Le 15 now has 4 branches in Mumbai.I had never had a macaroon or seen one before Paris.Being a woman entrepreneur in India.Mumbai could now boast of world class macaroons, courtesy Pooja.
Mission Macaroon, studying in Paris introduced Poojato a side of Pastry which she knew was not available in India.
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I continued to bake for friends and family.
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Even finding suppliers or real estate agents that wanted to work with me was tough.I made it my mission to make macaroons once I moved back, she says.A trip to Japan led to our green tea collection and a holiday in New York led to Cheesecake Week at Le15, says the avid traveller who is now looking forward to her next holiday.But what makes the Le Cordon Bleu Paris chef a real success is the fact that she has changed the face of desserts in the country, and made macarons (her signature!) as commonplace as browniesand replaced large boxes of mithai on landmark occasions with her.Snog Healthy Treats Cookbook, enjoy Life's Cupcakes and Sweet Treats for Everyone!Beginning with the fundamentals for preparing basic doughs and creams, the book progressively works toward more advanced techniques and recipes, including non-French recipes that demonstrate successful applications of French technique, making LE cordon bleu PÂtisserie AND baking foundations, 1st Edition an ideal resource for aspiring.Pooja Dhingras first memory of baking is when she was six years old with her aunt who taught her how to make brownies.This led to her moving.