CC Madhya 3.47
- komala nimba-patra saha bhājā vārtākī
- paṭola-phula-baḍi-bhājā, kuṣmāṇḍa-mānacāki
komala—newly grown; nimba-patra—nimba leaves; saha—with; bhājā—fried; vārtākī—eggplant; paṭola—with paṭola fruit; phula-baḍi—a preparation of dhal; bhājā—fried; kuṣmāṇḍa—squashes; mānacāki—the food called mānacāki.
Amongst the various vegetables were newly grown leaves of nimba trees fried with eggplant. The fruit known as paṭola was fried with phulabaḍi, a kind of dhal preparation first mashed and then dried in the sun. There was also a preparation known as kuṣmāṇḍa-mānacāki.
We request our editors of cook books to add all these nice preparations described by the experienced author Śrīla Kavirāja Gosvāmī.