CC Madhya 4.71

janā pāṅca-sāta ruṭi kare rāśi-rāśi
anna-vyañjana saba rahe ghṛte bhāsi’
Word for word: 
janā pāṅca-sāta — five to seven men; ruṭi — chapatis; kare — make; rāśi-rāśi — in great quantity; anna-vyañjana — food grains and vegetables; saba — all; rahe — remained; ghṛte — in ghee; bhāsi’ — overflooding.
Translation: 
Five to seven men prepared a huge quantity of chapatis, which were completely covered with ghee [clarified butter], as were all the vegetables, rice and dhal.