Have you hit Courgette Glut Panic yet?
We've just got 3 plants here and they're not setting well because of the dratted pollen beetle so have been producing one at a time and there hasn't been a glut, but just in case, this is another recipe for courgettes.It's a variation of the recipe on the magazine picture below and is a bit vague as I go by eye rather than scales
First you need to make some pizza topping or pasta sauce (my recipe below) and use a portion . ................. I suppose you could open a jar of pasta sauce but there would be some left and it wouldn't be as nice as home made!
Then you need onions, courgettes, about 2 slices of fresh bread left out to get a bit dry, grated strong cheese and some pine nuts.
For two people
Slice an onion and 3 or 4 small courgettes or 1 or 2 larger ones.
Fry the onion in a little olive oil ( or rapeseed oil) until soft, then add courgettes and continue to cook but not too much , turning to brown them a little. Tip into baking dish.
Mix in the sauce, just enough to coat the courgettes and onions but not too much, and season with pepper.
Crumble some fresh bread that's been left out to get a bit dry, mix with grated cheese and pine nuts and tip over the courgette mix.
Bake in hottish oven for about 20 minutes until nice and crispy on top.
I make up big batches of the sauce and divide up to store in the freezer.
Many Thanks for comments over the last few day, sorry I'm so hopeless at replying.