Clumsy, fat, over smart, talks too much, can’t sit still, has the  kindest heart, happy go lucky, eats eats and eats, loves noodles..loves food..

That Po of Kung fu Panda…

He is so so cute! I just want to hug him all day..but in reality he is a fictional character. That is the magic of a classic animation movie. Not only does the children love it even adults can watch it over and over again.

I remember watching Kung fu Panda 3 on a flight back home. We were about to land and half way through the climax, they shut the in flight entertainment system for landing, Arrey! Daam! It was like reaching ……. !!! Well lets keep this a family blog ha ha ha. First time I was not happy to reach home before time, I wanted the flight to circle 15 more minutes so that I could finish   Kung fu Panda 3, but na toh woh mere papa ki fight thi na toh it was my kersing bhai driver, well even if it was my bossy driver he would  not have driven 15 minutes more.. ha ha. It was a long wait till I got hold of Kung fu panda 3’s  dvd and watched its end..

I can’t get enough of Kung fu Panda. I hope they make 4,5,6…. It’s a classic and so many things I have learnt from it.

It is a master animation movie because of its very real visuals, excellent scripting and very well acted voice overs.That’s Kung fu Panda, its a master work…

I would like to share the things I learned from all these Kung fu Panda movies.

This makes me push myself

Master Shifu, “If only you do what you can do, you will never be more than what you are.”

So true!

The Soothsayer,  “You story might not have a happy beginning but that doesn’t make you who you are. Its the rest of the story who you choose to be.”

When ever you have a possive thought about your loved one and you want to learn to let go, this will help

Mr. Ping,”Having you in his life doesn’t mean less for me. It means more for him..”

I love this!

Mr. Ping: “Your son got angry at you. Welcome to parenthood”

This is my story

Master Oogway ,” Often ones meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it”

Mr.Ping,” To make something special you have to belive it is special.”

I belive this too!

Master Oogway, “there are no accidents.”

It was very hard to choose my most favourite scene from all the three Kung fu Panda  movies. So I thought of the scene that made the most impact on me, it helped me let go of the past, its the scene where Po says , “well you see scars fade.” Do watch the whole scene. It is one of the most important lessons I have learnt in life..nothing in the past matters, its what you choose to be today matters😊 this thought helped me find inner peace and trust me its beautiful! cause if you don’t have inner peace, you will find peace no where.

Can’t wait for the summer vacation to start. When it will be sizzling hot outside I shall put Kung  panda on TV and watch it with my son…

As Po loves chinese food specially noodles this dish is for him, also I cooked this dinner for my sister who introduced me to Kung fu Panda, I am so thankful to her cause I would be missing something beautiful if it wasn’t for her…



Serves 2


4 mixed cups vegetables choose from the following:

Bean sprouts, washed and drained

Cabbage shredded

Carrots, shredded

Red, yellow and green capsicum cut into thin strips

Spring onions, chopped

Onions, sliced the halfed

Baby corn cobs, cut vertically

Asparagus spears, cut into 3 inch pieces

Yellow corn kennels, boiled

Mushrooms, washed and sliced

Snow peas, washed and halved

Bean curd, cut into long strips

For the seasoning:

1 tbsp vinegar

1 tsp chopped green chillies

2 tbsp sesame oil

1 tbsp chilli powder

1 tbsp finely chopped ginger

2 tbsp finely chopped garlic

1 tbsp Sesame seeds toasted

1 tbsp powdered peanuts

1 tbsp powdered sugar

2 tbsp soy sauce

1/4 cup water

Salt to taste

1 cup steamed rice or boiled noodles

To serve with Chilli – garlic sauce


Place all the vegetables in a large bowl. Mix together the vinegar and green chillies in a small bowl. In a separate bowl mix the sesame or peanut oil and chilli powder.

Add the seasoning ingredients and stir fry the mixture in a wok over high heat for four to five minutes if you like the vegetables to be crunchy and seven to eight minutes if you like them to be well cooked. Add rice or noodles or eat the vegetables as it is.

Serve immediately with chilli-garlic sauce.

Signing off with a Kung fu Panda song. I think this is  one of the best song which has so many versions and I love all of them…


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