I really needed someone here to remind me that if you can't cook the original version of something, you shouldn't experiment. I tried to make baked "fried" peach pies, and I ended up making a mess. When I tried to make fried pies, I didn't even get to the frying part. The pie dough didn't work out for me. I have no idea why attempted this. The last I recall, I saw a picture of a skinny Paula Deen and decided that frying may not be the way to go. This time I thought that I would take a shortcut and use Bisquick. This is not Bisquick's or Betty Crocker's fault, so please don't blame them. They make a fine product. So I thought that I would just make the shortcake recipe on the box and then work with it to make it look like fried pie dough. It really doesn't work. Among the mistakes I made, one of the more entertaining was putting the peach filling into the dough while it was on the paper towel. The dough wasn't strong enough to hold, so I had to roll it off with flour and all. Then I forgot to do an egg wash and tried to do it later in the baking process. You end up with scrambled eggs on top of your baked fried peach pie. This was an all around bad idea, and it is not one of those things that looks awful and tastes great. It tastes as bad as it looks.