I like those too, Jes. Plus I like eggs thrown together in an asian based recipe (far as I know) in a glass pie plate, which I butter to start with as a kind of rite of passage. You might try good margerin'ing.
Take, say, maybe six eggs and a bunch of half egg shells of water. Beat. Add stuff. The original recipe probably had sesame oil. That was long ago. I add some olive oil, some slivered scallions, perhaps some olives or water canned artichoke bits, or sun dried tomatoes, garlic, previously sauteed-to-sweet onions, cooked sausage? shrimp? bacon? leftover cheese fragments? none of those?, chopped celery or fennel, whatever... one could go in the water chestnuts/bamboo shoots direction. Or toward good mushrooms. I might try it with my now secured jar of caramelized onions.
Bake until done. I'm guessing 375 for 35 minutes, then check it. 45 rings a bell, but I'm not sure.
Essentially a quiche sans crust.