In a pot with cold water add everything except the mushrooms and the Jasmine Tea. Bring it slowly to boil, then turn the heat down to a simmer, skimming off any impurities. Cook for 25 mins, strain off all the ingredients and pour the stock back into another, smaller pot and add the Dilmah Green Tea and the mushrooms. Then reduce to medium heat for another 30 mins or until the broth has become super flavourful and not too intense and strong.
While the stock is reducing, make the salad. Place the diced lemongrass and spring onions in a heat proof bowl. Bring oil to the smoking point and pour over. The mixture will bubble like crazy so be sure to have a big enough bowl, then let it cool. Once the mixture is cool enough, blend it until a semi smooth.
Mandoline the kohlrabi into strips or cut finely, pour the blended mixture in, and stir to combine.
Finally cook the fish, skin side down in an extremely hot non-stick pan with 1 tbsp of oil. 3 mins on the skin side, holding it down to be sure it is evenly cooked. Turn the heat off and place it flesh side down and cook it for 1 min like this. Take the fish out of the pan and leave it to the side to rest.
Place a nice amount of Kohlrabi salad on a high walled plate, top it with the fish, skin facing up, gently pour the hot broth around the fish and salad, garnish with coriander.
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