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

Southern Fried Hand Pies A reader over on the Facebook page asked about these little southern delicacies and we started chatting about everybody's favorites, and of course, impressionable me, decided I had to make some right away! I get cravings thrown on me like that all the time.

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 ...

afarmgirlskitchen.com/southern-fried-apple-hand-pies

These Southern Fried Apple Hand Pies are easy to make using either homemade or store bought pie crust or biscuit dough. Make these fried apple pies the day before and fry them up fresh in the morning for a wonderful treat!

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 ...

southernfoodandfun.com/grannys-fried-apple-pies

This fried apple pie recipe is not like the fried pies you buy at the truck stop or get in a restaurant. These are old-fashioned fried apple pies, with a dough that’s crisp around the edges and slightly softer in the middle.

www.southernmadesimple.com/southern-fried-peach-hand-pies

During my most recent shopping trip at Publix, I made sure to stock up on LouAna Peanut Oil so I could fry up a batch of my Southern Fried Peach Hand Pies for my family to enjoy. You can find it on the oil/shortening aisle! (Here’s a coupon so you can pick up a bottle for yourself!)

magnoliadays.com/southern-fried-apricot-hand-pies

Southern Fried Apricot Hand Pies are picnic food. Them being hand pies pretty much fits in the category without a doubt. Utensils are not needed for eating them. They are small enough to be easily packed and the right size for an individual dessert. Plus their sweet fruity flavor is summery too. How to make the hand pies?

www.food.com/recipe/southern-fried-peach-pies-133397

This is a recipe from my Great Grandmother. I can remember going to her house and sitting down to a lunch of Fried chicken, mash potatoes, green beans, fried corn, biscuits and fried peach pies for dessert. It is a wonder we didn't all die from heart disease but that is country living. These directions were written for me real countryfied so I explained best I could but you will get the jist.

www.southernplate.com/fried-peach-pies

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!!

www.southernliving.com/recipes/peach-fried-pies-recipe

Canned biscuits make easy work of these irresistible hand pies with a spiced, jammy filling. Wrap them in wax paper for a picnic, or top with whipped cream for a fancier dessert. Bring a small saucepan of water to a boil. Make a small, shallow X in the bottom of each peach, just to break the skin ...