This recipe comes from a cooking magazine I book every month: it's pocket, well organized and it's also have menus and shopping list for the whole month.
It's called "Cucina no problem", Mondadori ediction: maybe you can find it abroad, I see on the first pages foreign prices...
For this recipe you need:
a tureen plum cake shape
9 onces ricotta cheese
7 onces robiola cheese (or philadelphia or any similar creamy cheese)
5 spoons of grated parmesan
1 garlic clove
extravirgin olive oil
salt and pepper
Wash and clean courgettes, cut in thin slices, then stirfry them in a pan with oil and the garlic clove for about 3-4 minutes.
Keep off garlic and add salt and pepper.
Open eggs in a bowl, add ricotta cheese, robiola or philadelphia, 5 spoons of grated parmesan, a little grated nutmeg, salt and pepper.
Mix ingredients with a fork untill you have a smooth cream.
Pass butter on the tureen walls, cover bottom with the cream, then add half of the courgettes and another cream layer and finish with courgettes.
Cook putting the tureen in another saucepan with a little water ( it's called "bagnomaria" here in Italy) at medium heat in the owen for about 45 minutes.
Let it getting warm before serving, you can decorate with chopped mint leaves if you like or put ham or bacon between layers.
Light and healthy but tasty!!