Stuffed Courgettes is a great way to use up courgettes or marrows. You will probably already have most of the ingredients in your cupboards.
Staka (στάκα) is a type of roux particular to Cretan cuisine. It is prepared by cooking goat milk cream over a low flame with wheat flour or starch: the protein-rich part of the butterfat coagulates with the flour or starch and forms the staka proper, which is served hot. It is generally eaten dipping bread in it, occasionally served over French fries.
The fatty part separates to form stakovoutyro, staka butter, which is kept for later use and has a faint cheesy flavor. This staka butter is used in Cretan piláfi, a local variation of pilaf commonly served in weddings.
Enjoy your meal of Stuffed Courgettes (Καλή όρεξη)