Overcooked or burnt steaks can still be salvaged by reintroducing moisture through various methods. Drizzling a sauce or allowing the meat to sit in a marinade can disguise slightly overcooked steak. Simmering the steak in broth can transform it into a flavorful ingredient for pies, casseroles, or dumpling fillings. Slow-cooking overcooked steak in liquid softens its texture and incorporates juice back into the meat. In extreme cases, if the meat is completely burnt, it can be processed into a paste. Revamped steak can be used in baked casseroles, quiches, stuffed treats, or dumplings.