I've been doing a variation of this for a few years now. What's not to love about the speed of microwave cooking? I'm usually cooking for one, so portions are adjusted according. 1/2--2/3rds of a cup of egg whites is usually plenty for me. My cheat is as follows: I put 6 frozen tater tots in the bottom of the single serve microwavable container, cover, and nuke for 1 minute. Meanwhile adding whatever left over veggies and/or protein (fish, poultry, pork, beef all work) seem appropriate for TODAY, to the egg whites. I season with whatever fits my mood, and often add a tspn of feta cheese, or sometimes a tbspn of parmesan or italian blend shred. Mix well, then pour over the tots, and nuke covered for 45-60 seconds, and turn outside edges into the middle, allowing the still liquid center to migrate out to the edges. Nuke covered for another 30-45 seconds, and let stand covered if any runniness is observed, for 30 to 60 seconds. Haven't found a vegetable yet that didn't work in appropriate quantities with this.
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I've been doing a variation of this for a few years now. What's not to love about the speed...