Take all the ingredients marked with an "A" and put them all in a bread machine. Set the machine to the dough making setting and let it mix and do the first rising.
Bring the bacon to room temperature and dry the spinach thoroughly and cut it. Cut the bacon into 5mm pieces and the spinach into 1mm pieces.
Take out the dough and transfer it to a working surface. Punch the dough about 3 times with your hands. Now spread out the dough starting from the center till it takes on a rectangular shape.
Put the cheese, bacon and spinach on the dough leaving the last top centimeter or so free.
The dough is very soft so slowly roll up the dough starting from the closest end till it's done. Once it's done, roll it a bit more around the seam.
Take the seam and pinch it tightly.
With a kitchen knife, cut the dough in half. For this time, in order to keep the width the same, cut the whole thing in half, then cut that half in half, and then cut that next half in hall one final time.
Arrange the dough on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. If you have something diagonally slanted, then gently press down on top of them.
Cover them with a tightly wrung out damp towel and put them in a warm place or in your oven on the bread rising setting to let it do the second rising. Its done once it has doubled in size.
Bake for 10-12 minutes in a preheated 180 °C oven. Once they start to turn golden brown on top, they are done!
Story Behind this Recipe
I wanted to eat savory bread! But buying enough so everyone can have one in my house is too expensive. Therefore!!! I tried making them at home.
Make sure to bring the bacon to room temperature.~ If you don't and they are still cold, they will take longer to rise.