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To grill jalapenos on the outdoor bbq grill:
Place your jalapenos in a veggie basket. Grill until you see the marks on pepper’s skin. Do not place directly over the flames.
To grill jalapenos on the electric stove or indoor griddle:
Turn your burner onto medium heat. Place clean jalapeno on top; it will shake once the heat reaches the inside. After 30 seconds carefully, with tongs, turn the pepper on the other side. You want it to soften, it doesn’t have to be charred all around. Holding it with tongs, place on cutting board, slice in half lengthwise and scrape the seeds out and discard.
Chop the pepper and add to sour cream. Add lime zest, juice, mayo (if using), salt and pepper. Mix all in a small bowl.
Refrigerate at least 1 hour for the flavors to combine.
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