Kalamay Festival spins around the way of life, custom, way of life and work of the which is the sugar business and its eco-tourism possibilities. The celebration includes a move show portraying the prospering sugar industry in San Enrique. Kalamay, which signifies "sugar", is a sticky sweet delicacy that is prominent in numerous areas of the Philippines. It is made of coconut drain, darker sugar, and ground glutinous rice. They can likewise be seasoned with margarine, nutty spread, or vanilla.
Kalamay can be eaten alone however is typically utilized as a sweetener for ious Filipino treats and drinks. Glutinous rice is added to the main group of coconut drain and the blend is ground into a glue. Dark colored sugar is added to the second bunch of coconut drain and bubbled for a few hours to make latík. The blend of ground glutinous rice and coconut drain is then filled the latík and mixed until the point that the consistency turns out to be thick. It can be served hot or at room temperature particularly when eaten with different dishes. Gooey Kalamay are frequently served cooled to make it less runny and less demanding to eat.
Kalamay celebration is commended each second of December in San Enrique, Iloilo, as an indication of thanksgiving for copious sugar delivered/reaped throughout the entire year. kalamay is a tidbit made out from coconut drain, glutinous rice and loads of sugar to make it more delectable This bite is plenteous in the area too, it is regularly filled in as a pastry. This celebration comprises of a wide range of exercises like move dramatization, exchange occasions, and so on. It is praised to as thanksgiving for rich sugar delivered during the year.