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Jigsaw puzzle of Turkish Delight candies in a metal container. The sweets are also known as Lokum. The sweets are made from a gel of starch and sugar.

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micki
Oct 22, 2018
Wouldn't mind trying one, although I'm really not into sweets. More of a chocolaholic.
wc1agoyal
Oct 25, 2016
Wow! Yummy!
dbnc2
Aug 16, 2016
Did as a mystery again
KNadineM
Mar 4, 2013
I think I would pass on that candy.
Barbaranne
Mar 4, 2013
What?
KNadineM
Mar 5, 2013
It doesn't look appetizing to me, I'd have to pass on it.
Starrphyre
Feb 26, 2015
Me, too, KNadineM! Phooey! Where's the chocolate?
KNadineM
Feb 26, 2015
Lol, exactly! I guess I'd try it once. I know that other cultures have their own idea of sweets.
dbnc2
Jan 31, 2015
Did as a mystery and it sure was HARD
Basinda
Apr 23, 2013
That was hard on my eyes a bit
tomandray
Mar 5, 2013
Oh how I used to love Turkish Delights they were wonderful. My girlfriend is from Turkey. She used to bring them back when she visited family and friends back in Turkey. Now I am allergic to nuts, to bad. :( Anyone out there been to Turkey?
Chaviylah
Mar 5, 2013
Haven't been to Turkey, but love Turkish food; and Turkish Delight. I don't know what these candies are, can you tell me?
tomandray
Mar 6, 2013
Hi Chaviylah, Turkish delight is know as Lokum in Turkey. They are sweets in various shapes and sizes. The ones with the most fruit are the most expensive having bits of dates and other dried fruit, covered with nuts and sprinkled with a light powdered sugar to keep them from sticking. The least expensive are mostly gel in various flavors like apple, apricot, with a light amount of nuts and sprinkled with a small amount of sugar. They are quite good, but quite sweet. :) Hope this helps you. :)
Chaviylah
Mar 6, 2013
Thank you, Tomandray. I am familiar with td, just not with the candies pictured here. Do you know what these are?
PATRICIA37
Mar 4, 2013
Turkish delight, what a treat!!!!!!!
Chaviylah
Mar 5, 2013
Are these another type of td? I've had many different types, but none that looked like these.
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