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This turned out really good for me!
I noticed this recipe has really light instructions, especially with timing so here is what I did. Looking back, I took a lot of liberties but it turned out great:
I used a sirloin flap instead of skirt (that's what I had) and it was awesome. I used the same seasonings, a cast iron pan, 4-6 minutes per side but I was more going for a internal temp of 135, medium rare ish rather than specific timing.
I also did the onion & chilies in a cast iron - I'd say they were done around 7-8 minutes as I should have pulled mine off the heat sooner. Mine went over, they were probably on heat about 10 minutes and were on their way to caramelized.
I was starving so I forgot the last step to mix everything up with lime. I ended up serving the meat, veggies, and sides separately. It seemed like it really needed a acid and a salsa the way I served it so we ate it with a salsa verde I had in the fridge, lime wedges, and the cilantro and radishes. That turned out really amazing and more how I am used to with a so cal taco truck style taco.
Will make again cause it was so fast and easy!