narikela-sasya, chana, sarkara madhura
mocha-ghanta, dugdha-kusmanda, sakala pracura
narikela-sasya—the pulp of coconut; chana—curd; sarkara—fruit sugar; madhura—very sweet; mocha-ghanta—a semisolid preparation made with banana flowers; dugdha-kusmanda—newly grown squash cut into pieces and boiled in milk; sakala—all; pracura—plentiful.
The preparation made with coconut pulp mixed with curd and rock candy was very sweet. There was a curry made of banana flowers and squash boiled in milk, all in great quantity.
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