|If you're digging my plate, there is still a very limited supply available at Home A La Mode in 8" and 12"|
Being a native Texan, it's hard to imagine life without kolaches! For those of you that need to be educated, a kolache is a Czech klobasnek" If you want to join my anal-retentive kolache world, here's a pretty good read on the differences.
(adapted from recipes found in Texas Monthly and the HoustonChronicle as found on The Homesick Texan)
and fill with one tablespoon of fruit filling (recipe to follow)
and sprinkle with posypka (recipe to follow).
- Dough: I needed closer to 4 cups of flour vs. 3. Start with 3 cups and if the dough is too sticky to knead, add flour 1/4 cup at a time.
- Filling: I did not try the recipe. I used a cherry fruit spread instead.
- Posypka: I found that it made way more than needed. Feel free to cut it in half. You will still have plenty to spare. You also may need to add a little bit of butter.