What happens if a cake is undercooked in the middle?
Whilst it might be tempting to eat your undercooked cake since you’ve put so much work into it, it’s not a good idea to do so. Since the center will still technically be raw cake batter, there’s a risk that you’ll get a nasty case of food poisoning if you do choose to eat it.
Why is my cake not cooked inside?
There are quite a few reasons you could end up with this result. It could be that too much fat has been used to grease the tin; the cake tin wasn’t lined sufficiently; the oven was too hot; the cake was left in the oven for too long or a fat that is not suitable for baking has been used.
Can you’re bake a cake that is undercooked?
Can you Rebake a cake if it’s undercooked? If you catch it in time, then yes, you can rebake a cake if it’s undercooked. However, if the cake has cooled all the way, unfortunately, you cannot rebake it. The cake would become dry and not fluff up the way it is supposed to after cooling.
Can we Rebake cake?
Unfortunately once a cake has cooled it is not possible to re-bake it. The cake would have to heat all the way through again and the outside parts of the cake would become too dry. Also if the cake has sunk in the centre from being underbaked it will not rise again as the raising agents in the recipe will have expired.