These rolls have the bacon sun-dried tomatoes in the dough mix. They're excellent with soup and as with all bread are at their very best when fresh from the oven with butter melting into them. If anything, err slightly over with the flour and under with the water as the liquid from the onions & toms etc can result in a slightly stick dough. Check consistency during kneading and adjust with floour/water if required. I find 'cooking bacon' is better than rashers as these off-cuts are often chunkier - they make large, lean lardons that survuce the frying then kneading processes. I was brought up on a diet of homemade half and half bread - long before the days of bread makers and almost always make a 50/50 mix. (Making a full loaf I find using the small wholemeal, light crust setting on a large 50/50 mix gets it about right).