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Although the concoction had to be stirred for an hour it was a very easy candy recipe to make. A few hours after coating the pieces in the sugar/cornstarch mixture, all the coating had melted and the outside of each piece had become a gluey mess. I laid the pieces out on a rack and let them dry for a few days. Then I made a new coating, 50-50 sugar and cornstarch which is a bit starchy but doens't melt. Before serving (or giving as a gift) I will shake some more powdered sugar over the pieces. I will probably make this recipe once a year before Christmas. It is too dangerous for the waistline to make candy often!

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Yankiwi December 21, 2009

Was great, until I went to coat it, went 'glubby' and yuck. Left it to dry, for about a day and a half, coated again, bad again.... Anyway, i'll have it with ice cream or put it in truffles??? yum

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Nom18 April 22, 2013

I loe rosewater in candys. very light and yummy

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GingerlyJ March 21, 2010
Any Flavor Turkish Delight