We’ve been away from The Secret Acre for two weeks on honeymoon. Before we left we took the precaution of picking and eating all the courgettes. But these buggers grow fast, and on our return we were greeted by four massive marrows already the size of torpedoes!
In August’s issue of Home Farmer magazine their advice on growing courgettes to marrow size was simply “don’t do it!” So faced with our honeymoon marrows, anyone else got any good (and preferably tasty!) suggestions?
Courgette fritters r good as you squeeze out the moisture after you grate them which I’d imagine yours would have lots! 😺
And thanks to my bother in law, Phil, for this good Spanish suggestion which we’re trying out tomorrow, especially as it also contains one of Emma’s favourite ingredients, chorizo! – http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2493639/spanish-stuffed-marrow
I know this sounds nuts but since we always have an over-abundance of courgettes, we end up eating courgette cheesecake almost every day for breakfast in the winter. I make the bottom crust out of ground nuts so that it’s low carb.
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