Bread contains eggs and is a little undercooked; safe to eat?
I just made a sweet potato quick bread, which contains 2 eggs, and after cooking it for the recipe recommended time, removed it from the oven (tested with a tooth pick and had a few moist crumbs as the recipe instructed).
Well... now after it's out of the oven for 20 minutes and I removed it from the pan, I sliced it down the middle and there is a part in the middle that's still very doughy and not cooked as it should be. At this point I don't feel like I can re-bake it... so I'm wondering if it's still safe to eat? It was in the oven at 350 for 40 minutes so would that fully cook the eggs?
If it's just a matter of being a little underdone, I don't really mind, I kind of like baked products on the doughy side, but obviously if it's a risk due to the eggs it isn't worth it.
What do you think?