CC Antya 10.31 (1975)
- śāli-dhānyera kha-i punaḥ ghṛtete bhājiyā
- cini-pāka ukhḍā kailā karpūrādi diyā
śāli-dhānyera kha-i—parched rice from fine paddy; punaḥ—again; ghṛtete bhājiyā—frying with ghee; cini-pāka—boiling with sugar juice; ukhḍā—of the name ukhḍā; kailā—made; karpūra-ādi diyā—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 ukhḍā or muḍki.