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HEAT 1/4 inch oil in large skillet over medium high heat to 375°F. Fry pies on one side until golden brown; turn and fry on other side. Drain on paper towels. Cool slightly before serving (filling will be hot). Sprinkle generously with powdered sugar, if desired. These are best served warm. Nutritional Information Per Serving


Oh what memories fried peach pies bring back! My daddy loved fried peach pies that a lady at our church made. Daddy was the preacher there when I was just a tot. Haven’t had them in years and the lady won’t part with her recipe yet. Now I can make me some fried pies and think about my daddy..Lord, I’m so glad I’m a southerner!!


Home > Recipes > Desserts > Old-Fashioned Fried Pies. OLD-FASHIONED FRIED PIES : 1 lb. dried fruit--peach, apple or apricot Water Sugar to taste Spice, if desired 2 c. all-purpose flour 1 tsp. salt 1/2 c. shortening 1/4 c. butter Add 1/3 c. ice water.


Combine peaches, water, and sugar in large saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Cover, reduce heat to low and simmer for 1 hour and 30 min or possibly till tender. Mash…


"Apricot and peach fried pies have the best flavor of any fried pie I've ever eaten. My family loves these great pies. My grandmother made this up years ago. I have made this delicious fried pie for over 40 years. Enjoy!"


These wonderful fried peach pies used to be served in every southern kitchen. I remember eating fried peach jacks whenever I went to Dinner on the Ground at a small country church in eastern North Carolina. Dinner on the Ground all over the south celebrated the end of revival – they called it Homecoming. Like


Chocolate Fried Pies. An old fashioned, made from scratch, fried pie has no equal. In the fried pie world, I have two favorites: Peach and Chocolate. For an amazing peach pie like my great grandmother made, you have to start with dried peaches.


Little fried hand pies made with fresh or dried fruit and typically peach or apple, your choice of pastry and either pan fried, deep fried or baked. No matter how you prepare them, they are a true Southern Classic!


1 Prepare the pie dough through dividing the dough into two disks and chilling: Instructions for preparing your pie dough can be found here. 2 Roll out the bottom crust: Remove one of the chilled disks of pie dough from the refrigerator and let it stand a few minutes at room temperature until it is pliable. Roll the dough out into a large circle, about 11 to 12 inches in diameter.


This is a simple, quick, old fashioned, baked, two crust peach pie made with fresh peaches and simple ingredients. It's great during summer peach season.