Based on pico de gallo made by my brother with his ethnic Mexican friends from work, this turns out to be a really nice, fresh salsa that goes wonderfully on a multitude of Mexican dishes like fajitas, carnitas...you name it.Also works wonders at a party as a salsa dip for tortilla chips. There are similar pico de gallo recipes out there, but this one seems to achieve a subtle balance and slight superiority over others I have tried.
This is not a low fat dish, but it is absolutely delicious considering how relatively simple it is to prepare. The slow cooking and the ingredients make the beef come out very tender and with a rich hearty flavor that melts in your mouth.
In my opinion this dish is well worth every bit of the work it takes to make it.