Sigklino or Siglino is a pork dish served mainly in Crete (but also in other parts of Greece too). This meat is kept inside ‘’glina’’, which is the fat derived from the cooking of pork and allows meat to maintain for a considerable amount of time.
The preparation of the sigklino varies depending on the region. In some areas of Crete they smoke the pieces of meat, in other regions the meat is marinated for a few days in vinegar, while elsewhere they add various spices or e.g. orange zest etc.