bhṛṣṭa-māṣa-mudga-sūpa amṛta nindaya
madhurāmla, baḍāmlādi amla pāṅca chaya
bhṛṣṭa—fried; māṣa—urd dhal; mudga—mung dhal; sūpa—soup; amṛta—nectar; nindaya—defeating; madhura-amla—sweet chutney; baḍa-amla—sour preparation made with fried dhal; ādi—and so on; amla—sour; pāṅca chaya—five or six kinds.
There was a soup made with fried urad dhal and mung dhal, defeating nectar. There were also sweet chutney and five or six kinds of sour preparations, beginning with baḍāmla.
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