CC Madhya 3.46

ca-i-marica-sukhta diyā saba phala-mūle
amṛta-nindaka pañca-vidha tikta-jhāle
ca-i-marica — with black pepper and ca-i (a kind of spice); sukhta — vegetables made bitter; diyā — giving; saba — all; phala-mūle — various kinds of fruits and roots; amṛta-nindaka — defying nectar; pañca-vidha — five kinds of; tikta — bitter; jhāle — and pungent.
There was sukhta, bitter melon mixed with all kinds of vegetables, defying the taste of nectar. There were five types of bitter and pungent sukhtas.