Yes, but there is a difference. "What" is broader than "which". "Which," in a question like this, usually means "Which one". "What" more often means "What kind of". Here are some examples:
"Which newspapers do you read?" "I read the Houston Chronicle and the Wall Street Journal." (But not the New York Times, The Guardian, etc.)
"Which scones would you like for breakfast?" "I'd like the ones second and third from the front, please." (But not one of the other kinds on the plate.)
"Which girl would you like to date?" "The one in the red dress." (But not one of the other girls in the room.)
"What newspapers do you read?" "Newspapers about business and the stock market." (= what kind of newspapers)
"What scones would you like for breakfast?" "Please make blueberry scones, they're my favorite."
"What girl would you like to date?" "One who is intelligent and sweet and pretty."