Woks are great, but the garlic may still burn in it!
Till then, here's a Julia Child recipe:
Take a couple of zuccini and shred them using a box grater or a food processor.
Put in a colander, sprinkle with 1t salt, smush up with your hands to distribute the salt. What you are trying to do is get rid of the moisture, salt will bring it out.
Fry 2 strips of bacon till crispy. Crumble finely and set aside. Either discard the bacon grease or keep maybe a teaspon of it.
Slice a small onion thinly.
With paper towels, push down onthe zucchini to extract moisture -- or spin in a salad spinner.
In a nonstick skillet, sautee the onion on low-medium heat(lightly salt it) till soft in either the reserved bacon grease or in olive oil (about a teaspoon).
Turn the heat to High.
Add the zuccini and crumbled bacon to the onion and sautee very quickly, stirring often. It will only take a minute or two to cook. Add some pepper and taste to see if it needs salt.
It's fine to totally omit the bacon and to instead xperiment with the addition of other things (fresh basil, shallots, thyme, red peppers, etc).