If I have left over meat from the lamb shanks and beans I use it to make shepherd’s pie. The filling is a lot less meatier than most shepherd’s pie recipes. The lamb is more of a flavoring, not the main attraction. I don’t follow a recipe, but it’s very easy to make. Sauté a sliced onion in some olive oil with about 8 oz. of sliced mushrooms in a large skillet, add a chopped zucchini, 1/2 cup of water and a packet of brown gravy mix. Stir in the lamb and some frozen peas. Put it in an oval lidded roasting pan or a casserole dish, top with mashed potatoes (I’m sure you have your own favorite recipe) cover and bake in the Global Sun Oven until heated through and browned on top. If you like a meatier pie you can always throw in an extra lamb shank when you make the shanks and beans or you can used ground meat browned in the skillet.
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Very nice solar cooker Works well, food tastes great, no odor or funny taste – not sure what the other reviewer is talking about. I have used my Sun Oven for a few years now and primarily make entrees, although I have baked a dessert in it as well. I live in Ohio and I am still able to use it during the hot and sunny weather. Excellent choice for those people who want to conserve electricity, live off the grid or “prep”.