This recipe tastes rich, but has very little fat.
*After reading Annacia's review I realized, she is right and wanted to mention that if using chicken or all white meat turkey, chicken broth would be the best choice. When I use beef broth, I use Imagine Organic Beef Broth, which has a mild, more subtle taste than other beef broths and I always use dark and light turkey meat.*
This recipe is from the Hawaii Diet cookbook. When I first saw it, I thought there was no way I would like it, but the calories (24 per serving) made it tempting to try and surprisingly I loved it. Now I make it all the time.
Some changes I made: I used extra virgin olive oil in place of the canola oil, red wine vinegar in place of white vinegar, deleted garlic and replaced salt with Janes crazy mixed up seasoned salt (which has garlic in it.) I also sometimes substitute KAME hot chinese style mustard for the dijon.
This recipe is from my ancient 1970's version of Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. :) It was always my boys favorite growing up. I used to make double the filling and bake what didn't fit in the peppers around them.