From Taste of Home. Preparation time includes refrigeration time. From the Editor: 3 lbs of uncooked chicken wing sections (wingettes) may be substituted for the whole chicken wings. Omit cutting wings and discarding tips.
For this recipe I strongly suggest to use fresh not frozen thawed wings as frozen will hold in too much water --- you may use 2 tablespoons minced fresh garlic in place of garlic powder but the fresh garlic tends to burn while cooking, the choice is up to you or you may use both the powder and fresh garlic, the butter will firm up only slightly when chilled but will melt and blend in with the other ingredients when baked --- plan ahead the wings need to marinate a minimum for 8-24 hours, overnight is better -- these wings are delicious!
Barbecue without beer is, well, too depressing to contemplate, and I’m not just talking about to drink. Beer’s malty sweetness and pleasantly bitter edge of hops make for an interesting marinade. These Calgary Hot Wings were inspired by the Big Rock Brewery, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Simple, yet tasty. I get asked for these a lot at get togethers. My two year old also loves them. The original recipe came from my mother, but I made several changes and now I think they are even better.