Ingredients

How to make it

  • Roll each biscuit very thin.
  • Put 1-1 1/2 tablespoons pie filling in center.
  • Place second flattened biscuit on top and seal with a fork.
  • Fry on medium high in skillet with about 1/4 inch of oil until golden.
  • Remove and drain, then roll in sugar or glaze or eat plain.

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  • rhondandmatt 2 years ago
    what size can of biscuits is best to use?what size u use in ure recipe tnacndn?as in how many in a can & the size?
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    " It was excellent "
    brianna ate it and said...
    I love the sound of these. 5 forks
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    fab44me ate it and said...
    I do a similar version of this with the large (Grands-type) biscuits and put in savory fillings such as leftover sloppy joe meat, chicken, etc. Great way to stretch out leftovers!!
    Much Peace!!
    ~Susan~
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    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    southern made wow thye are delicous.
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    " It was excellent "
    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    I do this one a lot and we love them here at my house!
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  • itsjustjuwah 6 years ago
    OMG! Fried pies! You are truly a "Southern Gem"!
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  • njspanteach 6 years ago
    What a great idea. You could also have different fillings laid out and each person fill with their faves. Use a food decorating marker to mark so you don't mix them up. Love this!
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  • dimensionality 6 years ago
    Hey there. I use to make something similar with regular bread when I lived in NC and had a place for an open campfire. We called them Hobo Pies. I love the idea of using biscuits though. Thanks much for the recipe and for reminding me they can be made indoors as well. You can also use meat and veggie fillings as long as they're thick enough to not sog and seep through. I'm sure my grandchildren will love them. Tks, Sherry
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    " It was excellent "
    sunny ate it and said...
    My husband is going to LOVE these!!
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  • liezel 6 years ago
    We don't get canned biscuits in S.A. What a pity!
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  • crystalwaters 6 years ago
    Hmmm, wonder how good these would be with a savoury filling instead? Must experiment ...
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  • breadpudding4444 6 years ago
    Thanks I will try this recipe.
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  • jenniferbyrdez 6 years ago
    Oh, yeah. Easy. I'm doing these. Thanks.
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  • janetms 6 years ago
    I can dream of eating these!
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  • singasongof6pans 6 years ago
    *sigh* Too many carbs for me to eat often but this sure sounds good as a quick treat once in awhile. Thanks!
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  • nlo209 6 years ago
    Gotta try these!
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