The chicken breast is one of the most commonly grilled, or even cooked, cuts of meat in most of America; but they can get boring. But this lean and fairly inexpensive source of protein can be made over to be exciting again with just the addition of a few novel ingredients. The addition of sun dried tomato relish can make for a sultry summer dish with a depth not usually known in chicken. It is all a matter of what the occasion is because that is how versatile chicken breast is.
Some variations on chicken require a little skill with grilling tools. Flattening a chicken breast with a mallet will make it cook is about a minute, but makes it harder to handle without tearing. This thin piece can be rolled around other ingredients though for ease and interest. Try making it seasoned from the inside out with an herb paste for an interesting spiral pattern when cut. Just be careful about stuffing too much moisture into a chicken breast because they will either leak, fall apart or both. For the most part though, the sky is the limit with this flightless bird.