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www.cooks.com/recipe/kz99p9d7/fried-pie-dough.html

This pie dough is excellent for making fried pie crusts (like hot apple pies and turnovers), because it absorbs very little grease. If small turnovers or turnovers with pre-cooked filling (fruits or meats) are being made, they may be fried at a slightly higher temperature (375°F) but reduce heat if they brown too quickly.

www.allrecipes.com/recipe/12434/fried-pie-pastry

Got a hankering to make a batch of small pies filled with your favorite filling and fried up crisp and delicious? Then, this is your dough recipe. Make it by hand or in the food processor.

thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/fried-fruit-pies

Fried pies are the same as fried fruit pies are the same as hand pies are the same as any little fried pie pocket you hold in your hand and devour. They’re actually super easy to make, and I keep things really easy by using canned pie filling.

neighborfoodblog.com/2014/10/amish-apple-fry-pie-recipe.html

Pie crust is wrapped around a fruit or cream filling then fried and glazed. In some places they’re called fried pies, but at the Amish bakeries I’m familiar with, they always go by fry pies. I don’t think I need to explain why these are so popular. They’ve got a lot going for them. First, PIE. Second, FRIED pie. Third, HANDHELD fried pie.

www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/hot-pocket-and-fried-pie-dough-84289

The dough will cook too fast to get the insides done. I find it best to place paper towels on a wire rack so the pies remain light and crisp and don't get soggy from the steam. If you are using the dough for fried pies, it will use one 21 ounce can @ approximately two tablespoons per pie.

www.deepsouthdish.com/2010/12/southern-fried-hand-pies.html

I saw your recipe & made these wonderful little treats. The dough was flaky & melted in your mouth. I added one teaspoon of cinnamon (we love cinnamon) instead of 1/2 to the apples & me, my husband, & grown son almost ate all of them at one sitting. I have a recipe for fried apple pies but I'm using yours from now one.

www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/mamas-fried-pies-recipe

1 homemade pie crust, recipe follows, or substitute with ready-made biscuit dough. Oil, for frying. Homemade Pie Crust: 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour. Salt. 1/2 cup vegetable shortening. 1/2 cup ...

addapinch.com/southern-fried-pies

Southern fried pies are a delicious treat. Filled with fruit and a crispy crust, this heirloom fried pies recipe is a treasure. It was always a special day when Grandmother Verdie made her southern fried pies. She’d have them filled with apples or peaches and sometimes pears cooked to the perfect ...

www.justapinch.com/recipes/dessert/pie/fried-pie-dough.html

I have NEVER made this, at least not yet, but the recipe brings back wonderful memories of sitting around Gram's tiny kitchen eating her warm fried pies. I liked the peach ones best - she made those from dried peaches. You know, losing someone special to you is awful, but losing those recipes that are stored in her heart, is a

spicysouthernkitchen.com/fried-peach-pies

It’s not a southern summer without Fried Pies. They can be filled with strawberries, blueberries, or blackberries. But my favorite are Fried Peach Pies. They may look a little intimidating, but if you feel comfortable making a pie dough and frying, these fried pies are quite simple. And if you ...