Enchiladas is a baking dish on  a white surface with cheese and a grater in the background
The Sauce Dipping Method For Crispy Enchiladas
Your enchiladas’ tortillas can become soggy when baked in the oven, which you can avoid by simply dipping your tortillas in the sauce instead of slathering them in it.
Before you assemble and bake your dish, take each tortilla and dip it in a little bit of the enchilada sauce so it covers the surface. Flip it so both sides are coated.
Then you can fill each tortilla with your preferred stuffing and roll them up. Once they are rolled and topped with cheese, they are ready for the oven.
Your enchiladas will emerge creamy on the inside and crunchy on the outside. They will be lightly bathed in sauce rather than sitting in a whole pool of sauce.
Be sure to use corn tortillas instead of flour tortillas, as these will help the enchiladas maintain their structure when they’re stuffed, rolled, and baked.