these pies were pretty good. i didn't like the cornstarch in the filling so after i made one batch with the filling as written, then a second batch with homemade jam...much better! i also used crisco in the second batch, the crusts were much more flakey, with a nicer color.
Fried Strawberry Pies
portland Posted: 08/09/10
Monika67 Posted: 05/13/09
These pies are scrumptious! I made them to see if they would be ideal for a bake sale. They are so easy and taste delicious. My husband is already waiting for a second batch! They pair wonderfully with vanilla ice cream.
kc1950 Posted: 08/06/10
I haven't made this yet, but I'm sure it will be a 5 star rating. I have a question, is this 2 cups fresh strawberries measured before or after mashing. It would make a difference with more strawberries being in the mashed before measuring scenario. As it is written, the implication is 2 cups whole strawberries that are then mashed.
PapaNoel Posted: 08/05/10
This really sounds good and I mean GOOD! I'm lucky enough to live in the New Orleans area and just about all the local groceries and national chains carry HUBIG fried pies. If you've never had one, you cant imagine what you're missing. Call any friend, relative, old class mate or what ever and beg them to send you some. You'll see and taste what I'm talking about ... I will try the strawberry pie real soon!
steponme Posted: 08/16/10
Delish! Even better the next day.
kmwbunny Posted: 10/11/10
These were AWESOME! Quick and easy to make too. Will definitely make them often.
RobbieRedbreast Posted: 09/09/10
Very easy to make. Everyone loved them. They didn't last long. Infact making them again tomorrow. You need to try them. 'Excellant'
jordansmom27 Posted: 03/23/12
This looks woo yummy!! Can't wait to surprise my guys with these next time I get some freed strawberries!
xintiparker Posted: 06/18/13
I am an expat living in China. I tried this recipe with dumpling dough, believe it or not, it was really good. I would definitely make these again.