Text 79: One day the Lord performed saṅkīrtana with all His devotees, and when they were greatly fatigued they sat down.
Text 80: The Lord then sowed a mango seed in the yard, and immediately the seed fructified into a tree and began to grow.
Text 81: As people looked on, the tree became fully grown, with fruits that fully ripened. Thus everyone was struck with wonder.
Text 82: The Lord immediately picked about two hundred fruits, and after washing them He offered them to Kṛṣṇa to eat.
Text 83: The fruits were all red and yellow, with no seed inside and no skin outside, and eating one fruit would immediately fill a man’s belly.
Text 84: Seeing the quality of the mangoes, the Lord was greatly satisfied, and thus after eating first, He fed all the other devotees.
Text 85: The fruits had no seeds or skins. They were full of nectarean juice and were so sweet that a man would be fully satisfied by eating only one.
Text 86: In this way, fruits grew on the tree every day throughout the twelve months of the year, and the Vaiṣṇavas used to eat them, to the Lord’s great satisfaction
Sri Caitanya Caritatamrita
Adilila 17 th chapter.