Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

After being on a totally fat free diet for several weeks, I went to a restaurant and had a variation on this sandwich. I felt like they used too much fat, so I have cut it down more than they did and renamed the sandwiches. I like my food to look good and taste good. This recipe fits both requirements and is good for you too.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 12 cup yellow squash, sliced and diced
  • 12 cup red pepper, sliced and diced
  • 12 cup green pepper, sliced and diced
  • 12 cup broccoli, sliced and diced
  • 12 cup bermuda onion, sliced and diced
  • 12 cup zucchini, sliced and diced
  • 12 cup fat-free chicken broth
  • 6 onion rolls, unsliced
  • 6 ounces lean turkey breast
  • 1 tomatoes, sliced into 6 slices
  • 3 ounces provolone cheese, sliced into 6 slices


  1. Saute or steam vegetables in chicken broth.
  2. Take a thin slice from the top of each roll and scoop out the center leaving about 1/4 inch around the sides.
  3. Fill rolls with the drained vegetables.
  4. Top each sandwich with 1 oz of turkey, a slice of tomato and a slice of cheese.
  5. Spray a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray and place sandwiches on tray.
  6. Cook under broiler until the cheese melts.
  7. Serve with soup or a fruit salad for a pretty and tasty luncheon.
  8. My mother uses the filling in tortillas and rolls them up instead of using the onion rolls.


Most Helpful

These sandwiches are definately hefty. You will not miss the calories, I promise. I used smoked turkey in this recipe. All of the veggie flavors were wonderful with the onion roll. I loved the visual appeal and taste. Try it, you will like it!

Miss Annie December 19, 2002

Tasty, substantial, attractive, and healthy! I seasoned the veggies with lots of lemon pepper and put more pepper on the cheese after broiling. I used Recipe#281784 as my base. Thanks Mysterygirl for sharing.

WiGal August 07, 2009

Oh, the flavor, colors and textures of this sandwich are awesome. I used sliced (not diced)veggies and an unaltered, toasted whole wheat bun. I also broiled the tomato and cheese until the cheese melted. I was sure this was going to need at least some mayo, but it didn't. The veggie juices were all the delicious moisture this sandwich needed. GREAT sandwich, Mysterygirl.

sugarpea September 20, 2005

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