I've tried making Baked's Ultra Lemony Lemon Bundt Cake four times (recipe here: http://bakedsundaymornings.com/2015/04/27/in-the-oven-ultralemony-lemon-bundt-cake-with-almond-glaze/). Four times because the first time it came out pretty well - a bit too moist with a dense crumb but overall good enough to make again. The 2nd and 3rd times though, it looked ok but when I cut it open, it was undercooked even though the toothpick had come out clean and the crust was dark brown and dry.
This fourth time, I tried baking it longer. Instead of 50-60 minutes, I took it out after 85 minutes. It was better --not undercooked-- but still fell apart a bit. Here's a picture.
If you Google that recipe, many people's results look almost like a beautifully textured pound cake. I'm open to my technique being wrong even though I thought I followed things to the letter. Any thoughts? My oven is calibrated and my baking powder was very fresh (as was all of my other ingredients). I tapped out any air bubbles and smoothed the batter in the pan.
FWIW, it looks like the cake rose, fell a bit, then when I inverted it the innards separated from the crust?