The aim of this work is to produce chicken sausage, hence, increasing the added value of chicken. The physicochemical and sensorial qualities were evaluated. Microbial quality was investigated during a period of one month under vacuum storage conditions at 4°C. From the results, it appears that the physicochemical parameters of chicken meat before processing and chicken sausage showed a significant (p<0.05) difference. The chicken sausage compared to the chicken meat, presents good physicochemical characteristics (an acidic pH of about 5.1, a lowered water content of 67.33 ± 0.76 % to 60.00 ± 0.87% and a relatively high water retention capacity from 28.85 ± 1.46% to 69.24 ± 0.52%) for its better preservation. The microbiological quality of chicken sausage was studied over a period of four weeks under one storage condition (4°C) and showed that the chicken sausage is fairly safe for consumers compared to the recommended levels (absence of salmonella, a total mesophilic aerobic flora of 2.6.103 ± 3.8.102 CFU/g of product, a rate of Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli respectively 2.05.101±3.2 and 6.8±3.2 CFU/g of product) after four weeks chilling storage. The chicken garlic sausage was the best sample appreciated by consumers organoleptically with a percentage of 77.02%. Therefore, processing of chickens in chicken sausage can be a technological center to explore.