Out of all those, all I had was the chicken breast.
The other ingredients were easy to find, but the tricky business would still be one of the crucial steps-- pounding out the breast with a meat tenderizer so it can be rolled up again into a parcel. That was my stumbling block: how, in a college dormitory, would I make that happen?
Step 1: What You'll Need (but Might Also Have!)
-- a chicken breast. Mine's one that's been filleted, so it's really a third of a breast-- but it'd work just as well with a full.
-- a plastic bag (if you have it, clingfilm works better-- but only if you have it.)
-- something to fill your chicken up with (I used chopped spinach, tomato, basil, oregano, and hot pepper)
-- and a hammer! See that big mallet there, that's mine. You really just need something that serves the purposes of a) wield and b) hit.
-- string. 3 pieces, about 3-4 inches each.
Step 2: POUND.
Step 3: Roll!
I don't have pictures of the actual rolling because hey, my fingers were covered in chicken and I didn't want my camera to be as well. But I'll explain.
Tuck in the two short ends towards the middle. Using the string as a bit of an assist, roll the long ends together so that they touch and hopefully overlap; tie your string up niiice and tight around them. Flip so that the "loose" side is on the bottom and season the "flat" side with a little salt and pepper.
Step 4: Cook and Serve!
And to think: you can do ALL THIS with...
THINGS FROM YOUR DORM.
(Oh, if I were a television instruction programme. That is what I'd be called.)