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  1. I am going to eat my screen now. Superb job on the recipes and of course the photos are brilliant.!

    • Pang

      Yay!!!!! You are so sweet. Come over anytime you are in the U.S., I’ll make this for ya 🙂


  2. I literally tried ghost chilis for the first time the other day and burnt my mouth off… but loved it. Totally need to make this oil – and I bet it goes perfectly with those yummy hearty meatballs!

    • Pang

      So glad you like it, Thalia. 🙂
      It did burn my mouth as well, but the oil is more subdued, and much easier to use. Hope you try it 🙂
      Thank you so much for stopping by, lady.

    • Pang

      Thank you so much. You both are the sweetest!!! 🙂


  3. Oh Pang.. these photos are incredible. So creative and delicious.
    As a huge fan of chilies and meat balls, I’ll be sure to give this recipe a try. Cheers!

    • Pang

      Yay!!!!! So happy you like the spicy meatballs, Aysegul.
      I hope you like it when you make it 🙂


  4. Oh my Pang! These meatballs look absolutely scrumptious! I’d eat a whole bunch of them (and that’s saying something from a girl who can barely handle any heat;). My husband would just fall in love all over again if I made these for him! Gorgeous photos too – I’ve been so MIA with food blogs lately since I’ve been a little sick, but I keep seeing your photos show up in my Facebook feed and it always makes me smile!

    • Pang

      I hope you feel better by now, Sarah. So glad you stopped by and for a wonderful comment, lady. xoxo

  5. Ann

    Gosh…the meatball look so yummy. Big ones though. Actually, I’m not a fan of the marinara sauce but your photos make me wanna put a fork into the meatball and put it into my mouth right away!!! Ummm…I should avoid seeing your posts when it is near meal time. Kinda torturing. ei ei Your lamb looks so great too. It is the first time in my life I’ve heard about ghost chilli oil. Thank you for sharing na jar Pang.

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