On the day that we started cooking this dish, it was predicted to be very cloudy and to rain all day. Suprisingly, the sun actually came out for a few hours. We didn't want all that sunshine to go to waste, so we put together a quick & easy dish. Unfortunately, we didn't get continuous sunshine. As a result, the dish cooked very slowly. We managed to cook it about 3/4ths of the way before the clouds moved in. We packed up our solar cooker, refrigerated the dish, and finished solar cooking it the next day. It only needed just 1 hour of continuous sunshine to completely cook.