Honey Mustard Onion Rings
Peel your onions and slice them into 1cm thick rounds.
Get your oil heating up - fill a large saucepan a third of the way with vegetable oil and gently bring it up to 180°C/354°F.
In a large bowl, combine your plain flour, cornflour, 1 teaspoon of salt and baking powder. Give it a good mix with a whisk.
Make a well in the middle, then add your mustard, honey and lager to your dredging bowl and loosely bring together with a fork until you have a thick batter. Be careful not to over beat it - you can have lumps of flour in the mixture, and overbeating will give you a chewy batter.
Dip an onion ring into your batter and let any excess drip off. Carefully place in your oil and fry for about 4 minutes, or until your batter is crisp and a deep golden colour. Drain on a plate lined with kitchen towel and cook your remaining onion rings.
Whisk your onion rings fry, make your sauce. Spoon your remaining French's mustard, mayonnaise and honey in a bowl and mix together with a spoon until you have a smooth sauce.
Pile your onion rings onto a plate. Drizzle with your honey mustard sauce, then serve!