Fried Pies are delicious. Just delicious. They're a pocket sized version of the best desert in the world, second only to turkish delight.
Backstory: (Yes, there is always a backstory to my ibles) My Aunt Mabel (not really my aunt, but that's what everyone calls her) (95 and still kickin' baby), makes a load of these for family reunions, and everyone loves them. But, I wasn't able to contact Mabel, so I relied on my Step-Grandma, Bernice, who is just as good at making fried pies as the next person. So, I got her recipe, followed her instructions, and produced a result. BTW, all props for this Instructable go to her. Thank you Bernice.
This will make about six pies.
Step 1: Making the filling.
The filling is regular apple pie filling. Like all other pies, you can use just about whatever filling hits your fancy. Cherries, peaches, pears, etc. Heck, you might even want to try a veggie pie. Whatever you want. This is a classic apple filling. I used golden apples, from Washington!
First: Stick all your filling ingredients into a pot.
Second: Turn your burner on medium high.
Third: Cook until the apples are soft. Make sure to keep stirring, that way it doesn't burn.
You have to cook the filling now, otherwise it will not cook when you fry it.
Set it aside while you make your crust, so it cools.