Step 1: Ingredients
8 Tomatoes (I used Roma Tomatoes so adjust quantity based on what type of tomato you use)
Cilantro (Adjust quantity to taste, I used around 15 sprigs)
2 Jalepenos (Put more of the vein in if you want it spicier, less if you want it milder)
6 Garlic Cloves (Again, adjust to your tastes)
1/2 Cup of Olive Oil
Lime Juice (I ended up using the juice of 3 Key Limes, probably equivalent to 2 normal limes)
Salt to taste
You will also need:
A bowl or something to mix the ingredients
Something to mix the ingredients like a spoon
Again, you can adjust quantities to suit your tastes/yield.
And remember, the salsa will only be as good as your ingredients, so make sure to buy good produce.
Step 2: Chop Up and Add Ingredients
Add the lime juice and olive oil. Hold on the salt for now
Step 3: Mix
Step 4: Add Salt
The reason why you should mix it before adding the salt is if you plan on using the salsa mostly for eating with chips, I would try it with a chip first. Some chips are saltier then others, so you may need to adjust the amount of salt you add.
Step 5: Enjoy
I like to keep mine in the fridge for a few hours before I eat it, since if you let it sit in the fridge for a while, the flavors combine together and I think it tastes much better. But if you are tempted, feel free to eat it right now.