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Video: Apple Hand Pies

See how to make perfect apple turnovers.

 
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In this video, you’ll see Chef John’s patented method for making amazing apple turnovers. He’s preparing apple-based hand pies here, but this method works for any kind of filling, including cherry, peach, savory, whatever you like. Apple chunks sauté in butter, sugar, and cinnamon until soft. Then it’s pie dough time. You’ll see how to roll out the dough and form the pies. It’s remarkably easy, even the crimping part! See how it’s done. Watch the video, then get the recipe for Chef John’s Apple Hand Pies. Try them with your favorite fillings! See more Chef John videos >>

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Doc 
Sep. 18, 2014 11:43 am
I agree with tripletoe, its silly in a name.People from all over the world has the same idea, with a slight difference beause of the way they cook or ingredient. poor people like us, mom use to find differnt ways to make the same thing just for a change up.
 
Tripletoe 
Sep. 11, 2014 9:25 am
Every culture out there it seems has its own version of "hand pie" The British call them turnovers, Italians have the Calzone, India has the Samosas (which incidentally precedes the Empanada), in Germany they're streudel, Bánh patê sô in Vietnam etc.
 
Sep. 9, 2014 7:22 am
I know this may seem like a minor thing, but I would appreciate it if this video (and other AllRecipes content like it) referred to these foods as "empanadas" (or at least mentioned that this was the more common name). These food have roots in Latin America, and a recent NPR article talked about how some are referring to them as "hand pies" as a way of dissociating them with Latin Americans for political / racial reasons. I'm not Latin American, but I don't like the idea that anyone in doing that. (I don't think AllRecipes is either, by the way. It also talks about how others are innocently picking up the "marketing terminology" of "hand pies" when they don't know the history of them and only hear about them from 3rd parties.) Anyways, I hope you will add this alternate name. Thanks!
 
Sep. 7, 2014 8:08 pm
Oh. My. Stars!! This looks fabulous!! I absolutely adore hand pies!! :)
 
jgilbo 
Sep. 7, 2014 8:06 am
I personally LOVE Chef John! All of his recipes rock! If you're not familiar then yes his other recipes he mentions may be difficult to locate as he has his own site too. I have been following and making Chef John's recipes for a few years now. He never disappoints. His blog is wonderful too. His personality is pleasing to me and I enjoy listening to his technics and commentary. That being said, these look amazing and I'm going to go make some now and make my mouth happy!
 
Sadat 
May 17, 2014 1:15 pm
thnx alot for the recipe. this was an absolutely wonderful apple pie ive ever had. i loved the dough. well i got it from the foodwishes.com. u can check the site, enter pie dough and u'll have the recipe and the video.
 
Nusaybah 
Feb. 16, 2014 3:35 pm
For anyone wondering, the pie crust recipe is not on this site. Its on foodwishes.com and Chef John's youtube channel. Best crust ive ever made.
 
gigi07 
Nov. 23, 2013 8:35 am
You can also look in youtube, buttery crust pastry dough, that is the site he refers to
 
Nov. 1, 2013 4:01 pm
I looked all over for the crust recipe but couldn't find it. But it does look VERY tasty! Thank you Chef John!!! :)
 
nudgger1 
Oct. 21, 2013 2:43 pm
to get p crust,g to Chefs John's Videos.Then type in Pie Crust BUTTER CRUST is there !!! IT'S GREAT ENJOY
 
 
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