This is one of our favourite dishes for dinner. Long beans aka kacang panjang(Malay)aka chaitao(Hokkien) a relatively inexpensive vegetable are traditionally(as far as I know ;)...) stir-fried with sambal and dried shrimp, added into sayur lodeh or various kinds of curry, nasi ulam(malay styled chopped raw veggies with rice) and all diced up in an omelette.
IMHO, omelettes are one of those easiest thing to cook and eat with rice. You can dump in anything from crispy ikan bilis to chives to spring onions to leeks to prawns to almost anything in the fridge. Comfort food at its best!
I diced a bunch of longbeans, a medium carrot and minced a few cloves of garlic. Stirfried in a wok with a bit of oil. While its cooking, beat 3 eggs, seasoned with a dash or two of fish sauce, some chinese wine, dash of sesame oil, pinch of pepper and salt. Pour it over the vegetables, let it set, quartered and then flipped to make sure both sides are evenly browned. Done!