1 - 10 of 35 for dried apple fried pies

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In large pan, put apples and sugar. Let ... they stick easily. You can freeze or can them. They taste like real dried apples. Really great for fried pies.

Sift flour, baking ... thick. Makes five pie crusts. Use more ... Cook over low heat, stirring constantly until thick. Cool overnight before making pies.

Cook apples in boiling water ... Cover with the other rounds. And press edges together with a fork. Fry in deep fat and drain on brown paper. Makes 12 pies.

Wash, dry, peel and slice apples 1/4 inch thick. ... glass jars. Cook dried apples with water ... about 1 inch Crisco oil in skillet. Heat to 375 degrees.

Cook peaches or apples according to package ... In skillet, fry pies in 1 inch ... golden brown, on each side turning only once. Drain well on paper towel.

Cook the apples 15 to 20 ... half moon shape. Crimp edges with fork to seal. Prick both sides with fork. Fry over 380 degree heat, 4 minutes on each side.

Mix flour and ... few minutes. Put apples in saucepan over ... on absorbent paper. Do not pile hot pies on top of each other as this will make them soggy.

Cut shortening into ... 1 saucer size pie at a time ... dough with seasoned fruit. Fold dough over apples and press over edges. Fry in hot oil until brown.

Work up with ... in diameter. Cook dried apples and cool. Place ... together and mash with fork around the edges. Fry in deep fat and drain on paper towels.

Soak fruit in ... Roll as for pie crust. Use a ... fork. Prick finished pies in two or ... browned. Remove from heat and serve hot. Yield: About 12 pies.

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