I also do lots of salads. A recent one: mixed greens, tomato, red pepper, chopped onion, alfalfa sprouts, steamed green beans, yellow corn kernels, garbanzo beans and hard boiled egg. For dressings I just season with lime juice, olive oil, salt and pepper.
Veggie Frittatas - Just sautee a bunch of veggies (ex. onion, garlic, green squash, spinach). In meantime whisk together eggs in a bowl and season with salt and pepper. Once veggies are cooked pour them into whisked eggs and mix together. Wash skillet and put back on stove with a bit of oil on medium-low heat, allow to get hot. Pour egg and veggie mixture back in. Once it is firm and holds its shape, but runny on top, slide out onto a plate and flip it over into skillet. Cook a few more minutes and then serve. Instead of flipping you can also just stick it under a broiler for a few minutes if you have an oven-proof skillet (like cast iron).
Greens and Egg tacos - Sautee onions and some kind of green (I usually use spinach or swiss chard). Break eggs into pan and immediately scramble. Season with salt and pepper. Serve with corn tortillas (if you are in a big rush, corn tortillas can be easily heated in microwave for 15-30 seconds). I sometimes put a bit of cheese, avocado, pickled veggies or raw garlic (to boost immune system) on the tacos, too.
Bean soup - Soak beans overnight. (You can use any kind - we usually use small red beans, if there is a Latino grocery store near you, they are called Frijoles de Seda). Put in pot with lots of water, 4-5 whole cloves of garlic and beef bones/joints with scraps of meat if you wish and boil (time will depend on bean, sometimes takes all afternoon but only requires occasional monitoring and adding water). Once beans are cooked add veggies chopped into large chunks (whatever you want, but here it is traditionally onion, green summer squash, chayote (another squash), cassava, and potato). Season with oregano, cumin, salt and pepper. Boil until veggies are cooked and serve. This takes a long time but isn't very labor intensive, so you can make it on an afternoon you are doing other things around the house.
Easy oatmeal with nuts - I use instant oatmeal and cook it with walnuts, almonds and raisins. Then pour a little milk on it and eat. Exccellent and easy breakfast.
Easy mango-kiwi-yogurt smoothie - Just put mango, kiwi, and plain yogurt into blender with a little water if needed. Add honey if you want it a little sweeter.