One very popular dish around here is egg and tomato. It’s easy to make, and therefore very common in everyday cooking. The foreign faculty gets served egg and tomato several times a week.
Basically, you take a couple of eggs and scramble them, but only so that they are just done (almost hardly done). Then you set them aside and take a couple of diced tomatoes that you fry in the same pan. Once they’re softened enough, you add the eggs again, and fry everything together for another moment. For seasoning you add salt and powder for chicken broth (very popular around here). That’s it. It’s something even I could pull off, and I can’t cook much Chinese at all.