kateka ciḍā huḍum kari' ghṛtete bhājiyā
cini-pāke nāḍu kailā karpūrādi diyā
kateka ciḍā—some of the flat rice; huḍum kari'-making into puffed rice; ghṛtete bhājiyā—frying in ghee; cini-pāke—by cooking in sugar juice; nāḍu kailā—made into round balls; karpūra-ādi diyā—mixing with camphor and other ingredients.
She made some of the flat rice into puffed rice, fried it in ghee, cooked it in sugar juice, mixed in some camphor and rolled it into balls.
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