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Looking for: Aplets recipe

Scott_R | Nov 28, 201803:44 PM     2

The stuff based on Turkish delight (lokum) sold by Liberty orchards, flavored with apple juice.
Almost all of the recipes I've come across are based on gelatin, but Aplets get their texture from corn starch and pectin, never gelatin.
The closest I've found is this,
http://rebeatworld.blogspot.com/2009/...
which at least uses pectin rather than gelatin, but it doesn't use cornstarch so I don't know how close the texture would be.
AFAIK the cornstarch is used for more than just coating the finished candies; the complement to the recipe above is a NY Times recipe for saffron Turkish delight that uses cornstarch but NOT pectin:
https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1...

Any ideas?

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