CC Madhya 3.49

madhurāmla-baḍā, amlādi pāṅca-chaya
sakala vyañjana kaila loke yata haya
Word for word: 
madhura-amla-baḍā — sweet and sour cakes; amla-ādi — sour preparations; pāṅca-chaya — five or six; sakala vyañjana — all vegetables; kaila — made; loke — for the people; yata haya — as many as there were.
Translation: 
There were small cakes in sweet and sour sauce and five or six kinds of sour preparations. All the vegetables were so made that everyone present could take prasādam.