Recipe from Mama Me Gluten Free (dot) com
Total time, start to finish: Under 1 hour
1 large and 3 smaller (or the equivalent in volume) round summer squash (I think this is globe squash?) or the something similar (just make sure you've got the volume - summer squash is all good!)
1 large white onion, chopped
1 1/2 cups prepared polenta (I used this gluten-free kind from Bob's Red Mill)
1 cup shredded mozzarella, plus more for sprinkling
3 large eggs
Kosher or sea salt to taste
Cayenne pepper, a dash or two
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Wash squash and grease large 13x9 baking dish.
Slice off stems and ends of squash, then cut in half. Place squash cut side down onto baking dish and bake about 15 minutes, just until squash insides are getting softer.
Bring water for polenta to a boil and prepare polenta according to package directions, then set aside.
While squash is baking and polenta is cooking, melt a tablespoon or so of butter over low heat in a large pan. Add chopped onion and saute over medium-low heat.
Remove squash from oven and scrape squash with a spoon, leaving a little bit on the skin. (At this point you can either slice the squash skin into thick strips to place back in pan, skin side down, or leave the halves to fill in the pan.)
Place the squash pieces that were scraped off into pan with onion and raise heat to medium-high, breaking up squash into smaller pieces as it cooks and softens for several minutes.
After squash is cooked down some more and softened, remove from heat. Add polenta and season to taste with salt and cayenne pepper.
Add shredded mozzarella and stir to combine. Whisk eggs and slowly add to filling mixture, stirring quickly to prevent eggs from cooking too fast while incorporating throughout filling.
Pour filling into squash halves (in which case you will need a couple of greased ramekins to use up the rest of the filling), or over squash strips. Sprinkle a little more mozzarella over the top.
Bake at 350 degrees approximately 25-30 minutes or until filling is cooked throughout and squash halves or strips are completely softened.
I hope you enjoy! (And I hope this recipe is more clear than mud!)