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 really want to, you can cheat and use a store-bought pie crust. They will still be delicious.
Typically dried fruit is used to make fried pies, but I wanted to make use of our fresh South Carolina peaches.
I mixed a few chopped fresh peaches with some peach preserves. It will be a little on the liquidy side, especially if your peaches are really ripe and you let the mixture sit a while before you use it. You can drain a little of the liquid off if you need to.
The dough fries up buttery and flakey. I used butter, baking powder, salt, and flour. I like to use White Lily Flour . It’s a southern all-purpose flour that is low in protein compared to other all-purpose flour and is perfect for when you want light and tender pastries or biscuits.
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