|Place of origin||Mainland Southeast Asia|
|Region or state||Southeast Asia|
|Associated cuisine||Laos and Thailand|
Phat khing (Thai: ผัดขิง, pronounced [pʰàt kʰǐŋ]; Lao: ຜັດຂີງ) is a Thai dish, that is popular in Thailand and Laos.
Kai phat khing (ไก่ผัดขิง) contains stir-fried chicken and different vegetables like mushrooms and peppers, but other meats may be used. The defining ingredient is sliced ginger ("khing") which gives the dish a very characteristic taste. Other important ingredients in this dish are soy sauce and onion. It is served with rice. In both countries chicken gizzards are sometimes (partially) substituted for chicken.