Help! The courgettes are growing larger by the second. We've already had them in a tomato sauce with home-made beefburgers; on chicken kebabs; in a tomato and lentil soup; in a cottage pie made of fresh butcher's mince, onions, garlic, worcester sauce, chopped tomatoes, tomato purée, basil, oregano, seasoning, beef stock, and topped with creamy mashed potato sprinkled with parmesan cheese; and simply sautéed and made crispy in olive oil. (As you can gather, we're rather fond of tomatoes round here. Oh, and courgettes too, of course.) You have to pick courgettes when they're young, firm and succulent - as with beans - otherwise they turn into marrows (not the beans, the courgettes). Has anyone any more creative recipe suggestions?
The pic shows part of our vegetable garden and you can see sweetcorn, courgettes and runner beans.