Fried Apples

My nana used to make this all the time when I was young, She
never used sugar or cinnamon as they were expensive and hard
to come by during the depression so she made them without and
then never put it in later years! Check out her recipe.

You’ll Need (for the pie):

2 Pillsbury pie crusts.
2 apples.
1/34 cup of sugar (optional).
¼ tsp of cinnamon (optional).

You’ll Need (for the icing):

1 tsp of softened butter.
1 cup of powdered sugar.
½ tsp of vanilla.
1-3 tbsps of milk.

Place the peeled and chopped apples in a pot and cook on very
low heat and mash them up.
On a lightly floured surface, roll out the pie crust and cut
out about 7 circles ( I used a 3 inch cookie cutter).
Put a scant tsp of the cooked apples in the middle then wet
all the way around the pie with cold water using your
fingers. Fold the round over and crimp the edges with a fork.
Make a slit in the top.
In a skillet, heat a little oil then cook the little pies for
2 to 3 minutes on each side.
Place on wire rack with paper towels to take off the excess
oil.
Prepare the icing and glaze the warm pies.

Simple, easy and delicious! This fried apples are super easy
to prepare, it doesn’t take time to cook and they’re super
delicious! How simple is that ? Give it a try, and let me
know what you think.

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