I don't like thawing meats in the microwave because it tends to partially cook around the edges before it is completely thawed. YICK! :tounge2:
The best way I have found to defrost meat quickly is this:
Make sure the meat is wrapped or in a freezer bag. Take another freezer bag and fill 3/4 way with very hot water. Place this bag of hot water on top of the frozen meat (I usually put it in the sink) for 10 minutes. Empty bag and fill with fresh hot water, turn meat over and place hot water on top for another 10 minutes. Viola! Meat is completely thawed in about 20 minutes!
Here is an idea for your boneless chicken breasts that is SO good and quick! Once meat is thawed, put some Italian dressing, Worchestershire sauce and spicy mustard in a frying pan. Heat and then place chicken breast in the sauce and cook in there until done, turning a couple of times (takes about 15 minutes or so). The sauce will get a little thick and you can pour over the chicken and I usually make white rice and pour some sauce over that too. YUMMY!
As for amounts of the ingredients...I am really bad with that when it comes to cooking. My grandmother taught me how to cook and she was one of those, pinch of this and handful of that type of cooks! :tounge2: So when I start creating in the kitchen (I conjured this up myself...I don't measure anything, I just put some in, taste and adjust).
Best estimate I can give is for 2 boneless breast halves...maybe 1/3 bottle of dressing, maybe a little more...Worchestershire and mustard to taste (you'll know exactly how much to use once you make it a few times, if you like it that is!).