Scrambled eggs with garlic, onions(spring onions will work fine too) and peppers (chilly and cheese optional).
There is no exact quantity of ingredients. For every 3 large eggs, I usually use one clove of garlic, one pepper and half of an onion.
First chop an onion, pepper and garlic (you can also add one chilly if you want), and beat those eggs. I usually chop everything in ribs, but anything will work. Turn your stove on to a medium high heat, and use whichever oil you prefer. I like using good olive oil, but since it's expensive, you can always mix it with some kind of neutral oil. Add chopped pepper and onion(DO NOT ADD GARLIC YET), and start sweating it for a few minutes, until your onion becomes soft and golden. Then add you garlic, and continue sweating it(you don't want it to burn, it gets really horrible) for around 20-30secs, or when you see your garlic starts to get a little bit of color. Then just add your eggs. At this point, you start mixing it at fast rate if you don't want egg lumps to get too big. Do not overcook the eggs! It would be a blasphemy! As soon as there the texture of the meal stops looking watery, remove from stove. At this time, if you have cheese, you can add it in. Any kind of melting cheese will work pretty much.