It is a different variety of french beans occasionally available in Mumbai markets but predominantly available in south maharashtra.
Time 30 min
Shravan Ghevda (cut into small pieces) 2 cups
Finely chopped onion 2 medium size
Red chili powder 1.5 tsp & ginger garlic paste 1/4 tsp / Kolhapuri masala 2 tsp
Water 1/2 cup
Oil 2 tbsp
Salt to taste
Heat oil in pan, add onion, saute till onion turns golden brown. Then add red chili powder + ginger garlic paste/ kolhapuri kanda lasun masala, fry for about 2-3 min. Then add chopped shravan ghevda. Fry and stir well for about 3-4 min. Then add 1/2 cup water, cover with lid and cook for about 10 to 12 min. Keep the low flame. Then add salt and mix well. Check the water level if require add 2 tsp water and now let it cook for about 5-6 min. Keep checking to avoid burning. Switch off the flame. Serve hot.
It is dry bhaji / sabji so keep in mind water requirement to avoid overcooking.
U need to taste whether it has been cooked or not because it depends on how fresh is the green beans.
If u cover lid and keep water on lid, bhaji taste good and require less water, because steam is automatically generated inside the pan.