Migas is a Mexican breakfast dish.
It consists of scrambled eggs with chiles, onions, grated cheese and either tortilla or bread crumbs added to it. Occasionally chorizo is added as well.
To make it, you scramble the eggs, and sprinkle the crumbs over the eggs in the pan just as they start to set. Or, fry the crumbs in some oil until they just start to turn crispy, then add the onion and chile to sauté for a a minute, then pour the beaten egg over it all, stirring until it sets, then remove from pan, sprinkle with cheese, stir and serve.
“Migas” means “crumbs” in Spanish.