CC Antya 10.22 (1975)
- dhaniyā-mauharīra taṇḍula guṇḍā kariyā
- nāḍu bāndhiyāche cini-pāka kariyā
dhaniyā—of coriander seeds; mauharīra—of anise seeds; taṇḍula—grains; guṇḍā kariyā—grinding to a powder; nāḍu bāndhiyāche—rendered into laḍḍus; cini-pāka kariyā—cooking with sugar.
Damayantī powdered coriander and anise seeds, cooked them with sugar and made them into small sweetmeats that were shaped like small balls.