Can you suggest what type of dough to make for my grandma's recipe?!
My grandma who is no longer living used to make these amazing bread dough donuts that she called "krepia" (tho not sure how to spell that). Actually I've never been able to find the name from extensive googling.
She made bread dough - not a donut kind - though can't remember if white or wheat - and fried the dough in a pan with oil after cutting into donut shapes. Then she'd drain them if needed then put them in a paper bag with powdered sugar and shake. Then we'd eat them hot.
Some googling has suggested this is a hungarian thing or a slovak or czech thing originating from germany but I don't know. My grandma was slovak (her mom was austro-hungarian as they called it back then).
I also want to make my grandma's kolache but don't know what kind of dough she used there either. I just know it was bread dough too. She'd turn it into a sort of rectangular pizza shape then spread on a mixture of cottage cheese, egg, sugar and golden raisins (might be forgetting a thing or two) then bake it.
I want to make both of these soon but not knowing enough about bread, was hoping someone here might be able to recommend a basic appropriate type of dough that would be most suitable or typical for these types of foods (white, wheat, whole wheat?).