Start with a green pepper, chopped into bite-sized chunks. (I'm usually in a big hurry when I make this, so I keep the pieces pretty chunky - no fancy chopping, here!) Put them in a frying pan with a generous amount of olive oil. I also rarely bother to measure oil when I'm cooking, to save the step of washing a measuring spoon or cup later on. So, technically, I use three good "glugs" as it pours out of the can...but I think that would be about equal to 3 tablespoons or a 1/4 cup!
Let the pepper sautee on high heat for a few minutes to brown the pieces up a little bit around the edges, then add some salt to taste & lower the heat, cooking until they are nice and soft - about 5 minutes or so.
In the meantime, scramble up 4 eggs (or as many as you'd like, it really doesn't matter!) with just some salt & pepper to taste. When the peppers are soft, pour the eggs into the pan. Cook & stir until the eggs are set (just like scrambled eggs).
Put the egg/pepper mixture onto Italian bread or rolls with a little bit of parmesan cheese, and that's it! (I bet whole-wheat bread with cheddar cheese would be pretty good, too.)