daśa-prakāra śāka, nimba-tikta-sukhta-jhola
maricera jhāla, chānā-baḍā, baḍi ghola
daśa-prakāra śāka—spinach of ten varieties; nimba-tikta-sukhta-jhola—a soup called sukhta, made with bitter nimba leaf; maricera jhāla—a pungent preparation made with black pepper; chānā-baḍā—a mild cake made of fried curd; baḍi ghola—buttermilk with small pieces of fried dhal.
There were about ten kinds of spinach, a soup called sukhta, which was made with bitter nimba leaves, a pungent preparation made with black pepper, a mild cake made of fried curd, and buttermilk mixed with small fried pieces of dhal.
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