sali-dhanyera kha-i punah ghrtete bhajiya
cini-paka ukhda kaila karpuradi diya
sali-dhanyera kha-i—parched rice from fine paddy; punah—again; ghrtete bhajiya—frying with ghee; cini-paka—boiling with sugar juice; ukhda—of the name ukhda; kaila—made; karpura-adi diya—mixing with camphor.
She took parched rice from fine paddy, fried it in ghee, cooked it in a sugar solution, mixed in some camphor and thus made a preparation called ukhda or mudki.
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